Tumbleweed in the Pumpkin Patch

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Yesterday afternoon we explored the Badlands of the Anza Borrego State Park and found the Pumpkin Patch, a place scattered with pumpkin shaped rocks. Unusual and interesting. It was sunset, and the low light gave the rocks a yellow/orange glow. The Badlands are a maze of 4 wheel drive trails that follow sandy washes up and down narrow canyons, some S-turns were so tight that a pick-up truck needed several tries to make the curve. And it was so warm we were in shorts and tank tops! Love this desert in the winter.

More tomorrow,

Gail Niebrugge, Alaska artist

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