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AdventureGraham
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5/14/2013
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I spent May 11th and 12th camped up at the Sheep Canyon campground. It had been a few years since I've been through Lower Coyote Canyon and into Collins Valley. I also explored a bit into Cougar Canyon. The original plan was to bring the whole family along but my wife ended up having too much school work to finish over the weekend, so I headed out alone on this trip.

Click here to see more photos and the whole story: http://johnandautumnsadventures.blogspot.com/2013/05/sheep-lower-coyote-canyon-trip-abdsp.html
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Michelle Geer
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5/14/2013
Michelle Geer
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Hi everyone! I am a young automotive photographer looking to build my portfolio.

I will be traveling to the Anza Borrego Desert/ Salton Sea/ Joshua Tree area from June 3-7. I am looking for awesome cars/ motorcycles to photograph at these beautiful locations. Please let me know if you or someone you know may be interested in a photoshoot!


Please see my online portfolio at www.michellegeer.com
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anutami
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5/14/2013
anutami
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Nice TR! love the dos picos pics, thats pretty much my backyard smile Man it must have been hot out there! What do you think the temps were? We camped out at laguna and it was in the low 80's.
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hikerdmb
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5/14/2013
hikerdmb
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Nice trip. Lots of good pics and description. That is a great area. Hard to believe there are new pay sites up there.
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dsefcik
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dsefcik
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Where is the metal scorpion and grasshopper at??

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ziphius
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5/15/2013
ziphius
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Nice to see all that water John! You really covered a lot of ground and saw some areas I've been looking forward to backpack into. Nicely done. smile Jim

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AdventureGraham
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5/15/2013
AdventureGraham
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Nolan (anutami) wrote:
Nice TR! love the dos picos pics, thats pretty much my backyard smile Man it must have been hot out there! What do you think the temps were? We camped out at laguna and it was in the low 80's.



It got into the high 90's. 60's at night. It was actually hotter in El Cajon when I got home. Low 100's.


The giant bug sculptures are between Borrego Springs Road and Di Giorgio Road, north of Christmas Circle.
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BorregoWrangler wrote:
The giant bug sculptures are between Borrego Springs Road and Di Giorgio Road, north of Christmas Circle.
I thought I had seen all of them...!! They don't look new..at least in the last 2 years...or are they??

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Bill Haneline
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5/15/2013
Bill Haneline
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Great pictures! My wife and I have Coyote Canyon and Sheep Canyon for the ABDSP Adopt a Trail/Wash program. Always removing ground fire rings and picking up trash (and mylar balloons!)! Keeping that part of the park clean is a reward in itself, but the views really make it worth it. Going up one more time before the road is closed for the season.
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