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Bear Spring Road (it's a trail, really) crosses the dry creek several times.

Bear Spring Road (it's a trail, really) crosses the dry creek several times. One last hummingbird-attracting bloom remains on this thistle, which I believe is the California native red thistle.Thumbnails After spending a couple of hours back at my tent by the lake and having lunch...One last hummingbird-attracting bloom remains on this thistle, which I believe is the California native red thistle.Thumbnails After spending a couple of hours back at my tent by the lake and having lunch...One last hummingbird-attracting bloom remains on this thistle, which I believe is the California native red thistle.Thumbnails After spending a couple of hours back at my tent by the lake and having lunch...One last hummingbird-attracting bloom remains on this thistle, which I believe is the California native red thistle.Thumbnails After spending a couple of hours back at my tent by the lake and having lunch...One last hummingbird-attracting bloom remains on this thistle, which I believe is the California native red thistle.Thumbnails After spending a couple of hours back at my tent by the lake and having lunch...

Bear Spring Road (it's a trail, really) crosses the dry creek several times.