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Anza Borrego Mud Caves Spring 2010

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Quick stop off the S2 for some flower pictures




Where we found this blooming Beavertail Cactus




Another angle of the Beavertail Cactus Bloom




Fishook Cactus only grow to about 6 inches or so, They can also be found south into Northern Mexico and east into Arizona.







First destination was Plunge Pool Cave







Mary and Austin at the entrance to Plunge Pool Cave




Blue desert sky above the large slot canyon







Brook squeezes into a smaller opening




Mary Susan, Zoey look after Austin







It was hard to keep up with Austin







Mark and Andrew head into the slot canyon




Some type of crystal along the hike?




These caves are formed by the heavy infrequent rains of the desert. The process is called Fluvial erosion.




Grille Master JP




Lunch at Che La Payne







Tom and mary inside the large room at the end of Plunge Pool Cave




Mary takes a break from all the crawling, ducking and climbing.




Lone Desert Sunflower in Arroyo Tapiado




Austin gives the rope a try in "Hidden Cave"




Waiting their turn in "Hidden Cave"




John taking the duck and squeeze approach




Cave master Mark found us an exit from Hidden Cave




The wash at Arroyo Tapiado




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