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This area is almost dry right now, but is apparently a large pool of water during the wetter months

This area is almost dry right now, but is apparently a large pool of water during the wetter months Desert dudleya growing in the rocks not far from the creek bedThumbnailsPool of water at Coyote SpringsDesert dudleya growing in the rocks not far from the creek bedThumbnailsPool of water at Coyote SpringsDesert dudleya growing in the rocks not far from the creek bedThumbnailsPool of water at Coyote SpringsDesert dudleya growing in the rocks not far from the creek bedThumbnailsPool of water at Coyote SpringsDesert dudleya growing in the rocks not far from the creek bedThumbnailsPool of water at Coyote Springs

I can feel some cool air emanating from this patch of dry grass and shrivelled algae, so there may a bit of water or moisture left in there somewhere.