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A desert dudleya (perhaps Dudleya saxosa) pokes out from behind a rock on the way down the hillside

A desert dudleya (perhaps Dudleya saxosa) pokes out from behind a rock on the way down the hillside Partway down the hill, I look behind me and see that I've already dropped below that mine shaft over on the other hillThumbnailsScattered flowers add some color to the descent toward Globe Mine RoadPartway down the hill, I look behind me and see that I've already dropped below that mine shaft over on the other hillThumbnailsScattered flowers add some color to the descent toward Globe Mine RoadPartway down the hill, I look behind me and see that I've already dropped below that mine shaft over on the other hillThumbnailsScattered flowers add some color to the descent toward Globe Mine RoadPartway down the hill, I look behind me and see that I've already dropped below that mine shaft over on the other hillThumbnailsScattered flowers add some color to the descent toward Globe Mine RoadPartway down the hill, I look behind me and see that I've already dropped below that mine shaft over on the other hillThumbnailsScattered flowers add some color to the descent toward Globe Mine Road

From what I have seen so far, these aren't very common in this area. I almost didn't see this little guy; he's so tiny.