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A few small barrel cacti are on the side of Saddle Horse Canyon, some living, some burned I'm back in an open, grassy area as I hike out of Saddle Horse CanyonThumbnailsThis charred barrel cactus is slowly resprouting after being burned in the 2005 brush firesI'm back in an open, grassy area as I hike out of Saddle Horse CanyonThumbnailsThis charred barrel cactus is slowly resprouting after being burned in the 2005 brush firesI'm back in an open, grassy area as I hike out of Saddle Horse CanyonThumbnailsThis charred barrel cactus is slowly resprouting after being burned in the 2005 brush firesI'm back in an open, grassy area as I hike out of Saddle Horse CanyonThumbnailsThis charred barrel cactus is slowly resprouting after being burned in the 2005 brush firesI'm back in an open, grassy area as I hike out of Saddle Horse CanyonThumbnailsThis charred barrel cactus is slowly resprouting after being burned in the 2005 brush fires

The cacti that were charred in the 2005 brush fires are interesting to look at. I presume they didn't actually ignite due to their high moisture content.