Small Desert Lupine flower. Still amazes me these can grow so abundantly in the Spring.
Lone remaining flower on a Beavertail Cactus
Lonely Desert road.
Looking up from inside the slot canyon
Brittlebush with a happy beetle.
Standing with our new diesel Toyota LandCruiser HZJ80. We have named him "Tubbs Jr" since our old FJ80 of 4 years ago was name Tubbs.
Small "duck" in an alcove.
Mark and crew negotiate through the narrowing slot canyon.
Sand colored cliffs contrast against a brilliant blue Desert sky.
Not a good place for the claustrophobic of the group :-)
Smoke tree with dark purple flowers.
Birds eye view of some of the crew.
Tubbs Jr. our new HZJ80 diesel Land Cruiser. The low range on this truck is amazing. For you cruiserheads it has a 1HZ motor mated to a H151 transmission.
Mark's Toyota Tacoma leads the pack near Arroyo Tapiado.
The Ocotillo were putting on an impressive display of dark orange blooms.
This is a cool Desert Liliy that i have no clue as to the name.
Th famous Hollywood and Vine street sign.
Nice flower on a beavertail cactus.
Bob and Mark discuss GPS nuances as Austin checks out bug number 22.
It was a lot cooler and less windy in the shade of the slot canyon
Nice color contrast off to the side of the wash
Group of hearty Desert travelers...especially the one being held by his Mom
You could probably get a good deal on this house in Ocotillo.
Although the neighbor's house has seen better days.