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Six minutes after my first balloon discovery, I stumble across a second one in the same Castle Peaks wash

Six minutes after my first balloon discovery, I stumble across a second one in the same Castle Peaks wash In this Castle Peaks wash is the most lush Desert four o'clock (Mirabilis multiflora) that I've seen so far on this tripThumbnailsHiking down this Castle Peaks wash is fun (it's a bit downhill), and then I reach this fairly recent barbed-wire fenceIn this Castle Peaks wash is the most lush Desert four o'clock (Mirabilis multiflora) that I've seen so far on this tripThumbnailsHiking down this Castle Peaks wash is fun (it's a bit downhill), and then I reach this fairly recent barbed-wire fenceIn this Castle Peaks wash is the most lush Desert four o'clock (Mirabilis multiflora) that I've seen so far on this tripThumbnailsHiking down this Castle Peaks wash is fun (it's a bit downhill), and then I reach this fairly recent barbed-wire fenceIn this Castle Peaks wash is the most lush Desert four o'clock (Mirabilis multiflora) that I've seen so far on this tripThumbnailsHiking down this Castle Peaks wash is fun (it's a bit downhill), and then I reach this fairly recent barbed-wire fenceIn this Castle Peaks wash is the most lush Desert four o'clock (Mirabilis multiflora) that I've seen so far on this tripThumbnailsHiking down this Castle Peaks wash is fun (it's a bit downhill), and then I reach this fairly recent barbed-wire fence

This one is impaled on a cactus, so I decide not to collect it to throw in the trash later. It can stay here!