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A big grass tuft (muhlenbergia, I think) sits in the dry creek bed.

A big grass tuft (muhlenbergia, I think) sits in the dry creek bed. The trail follows the creek, but sometimes rises up the bordering hills a bit.ThumbnailsOld oaks along the dry Coyote Creek, some 1200 feet above San Jose and Silicon ValleyThe trail follows the creek, but sometimes rises up the bordering hills a bit.ThumbnailsOld oaks along the dry Coyote Creek, some 1200 feet above San Jose and Silicon ValleyThe trail follows the creek, but sometimes rises up the bordering hills a bit.ThumbnailsOld oaks along the dry Coyote Creek, some 1200 feet above San Jose and Silicon ValleyThe trail follows the creek, but sometimes rises up the bordering hills a bit.ThumbnailsOld oaks along the dry Coyote Creek, some 1200 feet above San Jose and Silicon ValleyThe trail follows the creek, but sometimes rises up the bordering hills a bit.ThumbnailsOld oaks along the dry Coyote Creek, some 1200 feet above San Jose and Silicon Valley

I see a big grass tuft (muhlenbergia, I think) sits in the dry creek bed, waiting for the fall rains that will begin in earnest in a month or two.