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Colonies of flowering banana yucca populate some of the walls of the wash below Butcher Knife Canyon Many burned pine cones are scattered on the ground around hereThumbnailsI'm still walking down the wash away from Butcher Knife Canyon, mindlessly, enjoying the scenery and the sunshineMany burned pine cones are scattered on the ground around hereThumbnailsI'm still walking down the wash away from Butcher Knife Canyon, mindlessly, enjoying the scenery and the sunshineMany burned pine cones are scattered on the ground around hereThumbnailsI'm still walking down the wash away from Butcher Knife Canyon, mindlessly, enjoying the scenery and the sunshineMany burned pine cones are scattered on the ground around hereThumbnailsI'm still walking down the wash away from Butcher Knife Canyon, mindlessly, enjoying the scenery and the sunshineMany burned pine cones are scattered on the ground around hereThumbnailsI'm still walking down the wash away from Butcher Knife Canyon, mindlessly, enjoying the scenery and the sunshine

These flowers have a wine-brown shading, unlike the whiter yucca flowers I saw along Death Valley Mine Road.