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Some of the juniper trees, like this one, at Mid Hills campground are quite old On the other side of my tent at Mid Hills campground site 9 is a wide-open space that burned in the 2005 brush firesThumbnailsHere and there, an orange mariposa lily pops up among the banana yuccas, junipers, and pinon pines at Mid Hills campgroundOn the other side of my tent at Mid Hills campground site 9 is a wide-open space that burned in the 2005 brush firesThumbnailsHere and there, an orange mariposa lily pops up among the banana yuccas, junipers, and pinon pines at Mid Hills campgroundOn the other side of my tent at Mid Hills campground site 9 is a wide-open space that burned in the 2005 brush firesThumbnailsHere and there, an orange mariposa lily pops up among the banana yuccas, junipers, and pinon pines at Mid Hills campgroundOn the other side of my tent at Mid Hills campground site 9 is a wide-open space that burned in the 2005 brush firesThumbnailsHere and there, an orange mariposa lily pops up among the banana yuccas, junipers, and pinon pines at Mid Hills campgroundOn the other side of my tent at Mid Hills campground site 9 is a wide-open space that burned in the 2005 brush firesThumbnailsHere and there, an orange mariposa lily pops up among the banana yuccas, junipers, and pinon pines at Mid Hills campground

However, people keep cutting off branches of these trees for their campfires! The forest fire of 2005 consumed a lot of the old trees around here as well.