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Friday, March 6, 2015

Bushwhack Deluxe

Bushwacking far west of Tortugas
Becca and I decided (you know what I mean) to do some serious bushwhacking while the weather is somewhat cool and snake season hasn't started yet.  The stone circle we stumbled upon for a second time is intriguing.  Whoever made it took the trouble of piling lots of small rocks around the Torrey Yucca, which is not in the center; but there are several spokes radiating across the center in a Y shape.  I felt no particular power emanating from that spot so I can't say it's an energy vortex.
Skeletal Ocotillos

Old-timer Torrey Yucca

Soaptree Yucca

Old Soaptree Yucca

Lots of Barrel Cacti in this area

A plump Barrel Cactus west of the mountain

We've come across this stone ring before

Don't know what the creator was getting at

Crossing the Chihuahuan Desert sans trails

3 comments:

Dr. K said...

Since it's still a brown desert, some of those yucca look almost skeletal.

Scott said...

You're too far from Sedona for the energy to emanate...

packrat said...

Scott:

If we ever could afford to move to Sedona it wouldn't be the energy vortexes attracting us there. For sheer beauty it's one of the most spectacular spots on Earth.

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