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dsefcik
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6/26/2011
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Here is Part 3 and the last...but don't worry, I will have more soon!

The full report is here http://www.sefcik.com/2011/06/earthquake-vallecito-valley-part-3.html

I finally found a cabin in Anza Borrego..!! The Olin Bailey Cabin built in 1906.



Something grows out in the desert, Coyote Melon


More F8-J wreckage debris


My new friends, yes aliens do live near the border


The Worm Hole the aliens use


Read the full trip report and see more photos on my blog website http://www.sefcik.com/2011/06/earthquake-vallecito-valley-part-3.html

Daren

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6/28/2011
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Wow, so there really is an old cabin.
The only cabin I have seen is the one in Harper Canyon, but there is not much left of that.


Nice find Daren

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6/30/2011
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Daren,
Glad to see you are keeping the southern desert company. I just got back from a trip through Panamint Valley, Hunter Mountain, Saline Valley, Inyo Mountains, and even a little time in the Sierra. I will post a few pics soon with a title like "Thinking of ABDSP in other deserts" so I can put it on here.
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7/1/2011
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Daren;

Is that Coyote Melon edible?

Tom
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7/1/2011
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From what I remember when we saw them last summer, they were hard as rocks.


More like a gourd or squash than a melon.

TR wrote:
Daren;

Is that Coyote Melon edible?

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7/4/2011
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The seeds are reported as being eaten by the indians. There is also a festival for them:

http://www.coyotemelonfestival.com/
Can you eat coyote melons?

Daren

TR wrote:
Daren;

Is that Coyote Melon edible?

Tom


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