San Diego's week of rain brought a lot of snow to the local mountains
Of course we had to stop and at least stand in it.
Snow covered peaks of Mount Laguna viewed from the Anza Borrego Desert
Heading up Mortero Canyon
Box cars sitting on tracks at Dos Cabezas
Mary counting her millions
We weren't sure how deep this was so we opted to go around.
Lunch before the hike
Diesel waiting for handouts
If you follow the tracks you will eventually end up at Goat Canyon Trestle
On the tracks heading towards Dos Cabezas - Morero Canyon
Someone tore down this old fence
Group of Desert BigHorns that just appeared out of nowhere
Once the Bighorns spotted us they all froze
Then they decided that we weren't a threat and moved on
The leader checks us out.
Desert Bighorns can move up a cliff like you or I would step up a curb
Timeless Desert shot in the southern Anza Borrego Desert
Pictographs at Indian Hill - Anza Borrego
The artists were quite obviously infatuated with the abundant Desert sunshine
Time is beginning to take its' toll on these pictographs at Indian Hill
View from Indian Hill
Mary said these rocks reminded her of "The Thing" from the Fantastic Four
Scouting for an easy way up the rocks
Looking for the abandoned Railroad Camp
Were we close?
This green grass type bush was flourishing
There was evidence of the recent rains everywhere.
Heading back to the LandCruiser
Topping off the tank with some Bio-Diesel