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surfponto
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3/25/2010
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Took my sister out to Anza Borrego yesterday for a flower hunting trip.
We drove up Indian Gorge to Indian valley and then over to Egg Mountain to have lunch. Flowers were amazing!!

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Nice shot Bob. Is that from Egg Mountain? I am hoping to head out on Monday for the day with a non desert loving friend that I have been trying to convert for a few years. He loves nature and the mountains but I can't quite get him to realize the beauty of the desert. I think it is a green thing. Then we are off to backcountry ski and camp in Yosemite for 10 days. Can't wait!!!!
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Egg Mountain ... you nailed it !
Have a great trip up to Yosemite. Sounds great
We are organizing a work group trip to the Mud caves in a week.
Should get some good pics.

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Bob
hikerdmb wrote:
Nice shot Bob. Is that from Egg Mountain? I am hoping to head out on Monday for the day with a non desert loving friend that I have been trying to convert for a few years. He loves nature and the mountains but I can't quite get him to realize the beauty of the desert. I think it is a green thing. Then we are off to backcountry ski and camp in Yosemite for 10 days. Can't wait!!!!
David


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Thanks Bob. I plan to have a great time and way to give back with the work group. I will share some pics and a report from next Monday if I make it out to the desert again before we leave and if you like snow and mountains and waterfalls, I'll send you a link to my Picasa page to see some of those when I return.
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Funny, but I prefer desert camping and hiking to the forests.
Not that they aren't nice but the Desert is wide open and usually you can see for miles.

When we camped a few years back up at Pfeiffer in Big Sur, I really didn't like it.
Sure it was beautiful but it felt closed in to me.
Not to mention there were people everywhere.

That being said, I did a Sierras backpacking trip to Heart Lake last summer and that was beautiful. I would do that again in a heartbeat.



surfponto wrote:
Egg Mountain ... you nailed it !
Have a great trip up to Yosemite. Sounds great
We are organizing a work group trip to the Mud caves in a week.
Should get some good pics.

Best,
Bob
hikerdmb wrote:
Nice shot Bob. Is that from Egg Mountain? I am hoping to head out on Monday for the day with a non desert loving friend that I have been trying to convert for a few years. He loves nature and the mountains but I can't quite get him to realize the beauty of the desert. I think it is a green thing. Then we are off to backcountry ski and camp in Yosemite for 10 days. Can't wait!!!!
David


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