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This pinon pine tree appears to have burned a bit during the 2005 brush fires, but not enough for it to die

This pinon pine tree appears to have burned a bit during the 2005 brush fires, but not enough for it to die I keep looking across upper Fourth of July Canyon at the New York Mountains peaksThumbnailsSeveral Claret-cup cacti up here on the Cliff Canyon Spring Peaks are bloomingI keep looking across upper Fourth of July Canyon at the New York Mountains peaksThumbnailsSeveral Claret-cup cacti up here on the Cliff Canyon Spring Peaks are bloomingI keep looking across upper Fourth of July Canyon at the New York Mountains peaksThumbnailsSeveral Claret-cup cacti up here on the Cliff Canyon Spring Peaks are bloomingI keep looking across upper Fourth of July Canyon at the New York Mountains peaksThumbnailsSeveral Claret-cup cacti up here on the Cliff Canyon Spring Peaks are bloomingI keep looking across upper Fourth of July Canyon at the New York Mountains peaksThumbnailsSeveral Claret-cup cacti up here on the Cliff Canyon Spring Peaks are blooming

Hopefully, it will drop enough pine cones to start a few more trees. They grow so slowly.