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On the way up out of Willow Wash, I hike through the first of several small water-carved drainages in the rocks Beyond Willow Spring, my goal is to hike over the hills and be back at my campsite at the end of Castle Peaks Road before darkThumbnailsA brilliant penstemon manages to grow in the rocks here above Willow Wash; there's barely any soil here!Beyond Willow Spring, my goal is to hike over the hills and be back at my campsite at the end of Castle Peaks Road before darkThumbnailsA brilliant penstemon manages to grow in the rocks here above Willow Wash; there's barely any soil here!Beyond Willow Spring, my goal is to hike over the hills and be back at my campsite at the end of Castle Peaks Road before darkThumbnailsA brilliant penstemon manages to grow in the rocks here above Willow Wash; there's barely any soil here!Beyond Willow Spring, my goal is to hike over the hills and be back at my campsite at the end of Castle Peaks Road before darkThumbnailsA brilliant penstemon manages to grow in the rocks here above Willow Wash; there's barely any soil here!Beyond Willow Spring, my goal is to hike over the hills and be back at my campsite at the end of Castle Peaks Road before darkThumbnailsA brilliant penstemon manages to grow in the rocks here above Willow Wash; there's barely any soil here!

Whenever I walk through places like this, I try to imagine what it would be like full of the water needed to wear down rocks like this.