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Even way out here in Bull Canyon, I again come across an old balloon; I doubt someone had a birthday party right here

Even way out here in Bull Canyon, I again come across an old balloon; I doubt someone had a birthday party right here Gnarled root or trunk, probably from chilopsis linearis (desert willow), which seems to be the only tree in Bull CanyonThumbnailsI climb over a granite platform as I head further up Bull CanyonGnarled root or trunk, probably from chilopsis linearis (desert willow), which seems to be the only tree in Bull CanyonThumbnailsI climb over a granite platform as I head further up Bull CanyonGnarled root or trunk, probably from chilopsis linearis (desert willow), which seems to be the only tree in Bull CanyonThumbnailsI climb over a granite platform as I head further up Bull CanyonGnarled root or trunk, probably from chilopsis linearis (desert willow), which seems to be the only tree in Bull CanyonThumbnailsI climb over a granite platform as I head further up Bull CanyonGnarled root or trunk, probably from chilopsis linearis (desert willow), which seems to be the only tree in Bull CanyonThumbnailsI climb over a granite platform as I head further up Bull Canyon

I keep finding balloons in the most remote places! I stuff it in my backpack for later disposal in the trash.