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Many burned pine cones are scattered on the ground around here The excitement of the rattlesnake incident behind me, I return my focus to the hike away from Butcher Knife CanyonThumbnailsColonies of flowering banana yucca populate some of the walls of the wash below Butcher Knife CanyonThe excitement of the rattlesnake incident behind me, I return my focus to the hike away from Butcher Knife CanyonThumbnailsColonies of flowering banana yucca populate some of the walls of the wash below Butcher Knife CanyonThe excitement of the rattlesnake incident behind me, I return my focus to the hike away from Butcher Knife CanyonThumbnailsColonies of flowering banana yucca populate some of the walls of the wash below Butcher Knife CanyonThe excitement of the rattlesnake incident behind me, I return my focus to the hike away from Butcher Knife CanyonThumbnailsColonies of flowering banana yucca populate some of the walls of the wash below Butcher Knife CanyonThe excitement of the rattlesnake incident behind me, I return my focus to the hike away from Butcher Knife CanyonThumbnailsColonies of flowering banana yucca populate some of the walls of the wash below Butcher Knife Canyon

I notice that some of the pine cones still contain seeds, so I decide to taste one of the very well-roasted pine nuts. It tastes like a very dry, burnt nut, so I spit it out.