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Bagstr

Late Spring in Anza Borrego

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Yes, we know the desert has been Dry, but that keeps the mosquitos down.

The guys persevered as we continue to explore ABDSP. We have done it a hundred times; regardless there is always something to see, to challenge and to talk about. Thanks for the effort to get it done guys.

 

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Nice!

There's something about pic #2 above that draws you in.  Nice camera work.

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5 hours ago, Zubb said:

Nice!

There's something about pic #2 above that draws you in.  Nice camera work.

Yep!

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We need moisture. The Dez has not flooded I what, a least a year and a half?

The washes are soft and deep.

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16 hours ago, Bagstr said:

We need moisture. The Dez has not flooded I what, a least a year and a half?

The washes are soft and deep.

Longer than that. Last SIGNIFICANT rainfall was March, 2020. 

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19 hours ago, Bagstr said:

We need moisture. The Dez has not flooded I what, a least a year and a half?

The washes are soft and deep.

Ain’t that the truth!

many of the tracks that I deem ‘playful’ on the  mighty 1200 have become death sand from the Pit of Despair. 

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