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Diminutive phacelia flowers grow in the road on the "shortcut" between Globe Mine Road's south and middle forks

Diminutive phacelia flowers grow in the road on the "shortcut" between Globe Mine Road's south and middle forks After about two miles, I reach the "shortcut" from the south fork of Globe Mine Road to the middle forkThumbnailsThe "shortcut" road dips down into a wash as it connects from the south fork to the middle fork of Globe Mine RoadAfter about two miles, I reach the "shortcut" from the south fork of Globe Mine Road to the middle forkThumbnailsThe "shortcut" road dips down into a wash as it connects from the south fork to the middle fork of Globe Mine RoadAfter about two miles, I reach the "shortcut" from the south fork of Globe Mine Road to the middle forkThumbnailsThe "shortcut" road dips down into a wash as it connects from the south fork to the middle fork of Globe Mine RoadAfter about two miles, I reach the "shortcut" from the south fork of Globe Mine Road to the middle forkThumbnailsThe "shortcut" road dips down into a wash as it connects from the south fork to the middle fork of Globe Mine RoadAfter about two miles, I reach the "shortcut" from the south fork of Globe Mine Road to the middle forkThumbnailsThe "shortcut" road dips down into a wash as it connects from the south fork to the middle fork of Globe Mine Road

I'm guessing that fewer than one vehicle per day drives this road, so these little flowers end up surviving.