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This open hillside in the Mid HIlls boasts a few delphiniums and Desert sage flowers between the junipers and pinon pines

This open hillside in the Mid HIlls boasts a few delphiniums and Desert sage flowers between the junipers and pinon pines The hills between Cottonwood Spring and Cabin Springs are high enough to provide great viewsThumbnailsHmmm... a pink ribbon tied to a tree branch, marking a hiking route in this remote part of the New York MountainsThe hills between Cottonwood Spring and Cabin Springs are high enough to provide great viewsThumbnailsHmmm... a pink ribbon tied to a tree branch, marking a hiking route in this remote part of the New York MountainsThe hills between Cottonwood Spring and Cabin Springs are high enough to provide great viewsThumbnailsHmmm... a pink ribbon tied to a tree branch, marking a hiking route in this remote part of the New York MountainsThe hills between Cottonwood Spring and Cabin Springs are high enough to provide great viewsThumbnailsHmmm... a pink ribbon tied to a tree branch, marking a hiking route in this remote part of the New York MountainsThe hills between Cottonwood Spring and Cabin Springs are high enough to provide great viewsThumbnailsHmmm... a pink ribbon tied to a tree branch, marking a hiking route in this remote part of the New York Mountains

There's even an orange Desert mallow blooming here!