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Against a Kelso Dunes backdrop, chollas and creosotes glisten at the exit of West Edgar Canyon #3 Another skull fragment, this one with fur still attachedThumbnailsThe relatively smooth gravel in this part of the wash is a nice break from all the rock higher up the canyonAnother skull fragment, this one with fur still attachedThumbnailsThe relatively smooth gravel in this part of the wash is a nice break from all the rock higher up the canyonAnother skull fragment, this one with fur still attachedThumbnailsThe relatively smooth gravel in this part of the wash is a nice break from all the rock higher up the canyonAnother skull fragment, this one with fur still attachedThumbnailsThe relatively smooth gravel in this part of the wash is a nice break from all the rock higher up the canyonAnother skull fragment, this one with fur still attachedThumbnailsThe relatively smooth gravel in this part of the wash is a nice break from all the rock higher up the canyon

Chollas of course add to the list of obstacles to avoid during "avoidance hiking."