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Diminutive chia sages grow in the wash here I arrive in the sandy wash and prepare to climb the hill on my left, on my way toward one of the McCullough Mountains peaksThumbnailsSome larger desert sage bushes (probably Salvia dorrii) are also blooming in this washI arrive in the sandy wash and prepare to climb the hill on my left, on my way toward one of the McCullough Mountains peaksThumbnailsSome larger desert sage bushes (probably Salvia dorrii) are also blooming in this washI arrive in the sandy wash and prepare to climb the hill on my left, on my way toward one of the McCullough Mountains peaksThumbnailsSome larger desert sage bushes (probably Salvia dorrii) are also blooming in this washI arrive in the sandy wash and prepare to climb the hill on my left, on my way toward one of the McCullough Mountains peaksThumbnailsSome larger desert sage bushes (probably Salvia dorrii) are also blooming in this washI arrive in the sandy wash and prepare to climb the hill on my left, on my way toward one of the McCullough Mountains peaksThumbnailsSome larger desert sage bushes (probably Salvia dorrii) are also blooming in this wash

Though easy to miss while hiking, you know when you've brushed up against these by the rich sage scent that they emit.