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This wavy-leaved plant reminds me of the "soap root" plant that grows in the Bay Area An hour later, I step outside for a short walk around my new surroundings at Devil's PlaygroundThumbnailsThese plants look like a cross between a daisy and a milkweedAn hour later, I step outside for a short walk around my new surroundings at Devil's PlaygroundThumbnailsThese plants look like a cross between a daisy and a milkweedAn hour later, I step outside for a short walk around my new surroundings at Devil's PlaygroundThumbnailsThese plants look like a cross between a daisy and a milkweedAn hour later, I step outside for a short walk around my new surroundings at Devil's PlaygroundThumbnailsThese plants look like a cross between a daisy and a milkweedAn hour later, I step outside for a short walk around my new surroundings at Devil's PlaygroundThumbnailsThese plants look like a cross between a daisy and a milkweed

As one would expect, the plant life here in the sand is quite different from what surrounded me the past two days up around Indian Springs.