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The former ranch road cuts across a wide-open area in the New York Mountains foothills A few Mojave asters are still blooming in this joshua-tree forestThumbnailsI reach another dry reservoir with a Desert four o'clock blooming on the "shoreline"A few Mojave asters are still blooming in this joshua-tree forestThumbnailsI reach another dry reservoir with a Desert four o'clock blooming on the "shoreline"A few Mojave asters are still blooming in this joshua-tree forestThumbnailsI reach another dry reservoir with a Desert four o'clock blooming on the "shoreline"A few Mojave asters are still blooming in this joshua-tree forestThumbnailsI reach another dry reservoir with a Desert four o'clock blooming on the "shoreline"A few Mojave asters are still blooming in this joshua-tree forestThumbnailsI reach another dry reservoir with a Desert four o'clock blooming on the "shoreline"

I'm just high enough in the New York Mountains foothills that I can see all the way across Lanfair Valley to Table Mountain, at distant right, and Hackberry Mountain, at distant left behind that joshua tree.