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From here, I get a northeast view toward the highest peaks of the New York Mountains I pass a Scrub oak growing in a crevice in the rocks near Howe SpringThumbnails Near some patches of Fleabane (I think) is a bright yellow flower that I haven't seen beforeI pass a Scrub oak growing in a crevice in the rocks near Howe SpringThumbnails Near some patches of Fleabane (I think) is a bright yellow flower that I haven't seen beforeI pass a Scrub oak growing in a crevice in the rocks near Howe SpringThumbnails Near some patches of Fleabane (I think) is a bright yellow flower that I haven't seen beforeI pass a Scrub oak growing in a crevice in the rocks near Howe SpringThumbnails Near some patches of Fleabane (I think) is a bright yellow flower that I haven't seen beforeI pass a Scrub oak growing in a crevice in the rocks near Howe SpringThumbnails Near some patches of Fleabane (I think) is a bright yellow flower that I haven't seen before

Instead of heading in that direction, I'll hike off to the left (north), toward the lower New York Mountains peaks that overlook the Cliff Canyon Spring area.