This is the third in a series of posts about the trip. Because with over 500 photos, almost all of which — save a few yeti pictures — are devoted to the plant kingdom, there’s a lot to say.
During the first weekend of March, I headed down to Anza-Borrego, California’s largest state park. [...]
During the first weekend of March, I headed down to Anza-Borrego, California’s largest state park. Lying about 950 feet above sea level, between San Diego and the Peninsular Ranges to the west and the Salton Sea to the east, Anza-Borrego is part of the Colorado Desert and is the Golden State’s portion of the [...]
“Oh my god! Oh my god! No way! It’s RIGHT HERE! Holy sheeeeettttt!”
Was I not a witch? Not to overestimate manifestation powers or anything, but had I not just said, barely 15 seconds before, that I was bummed because after three days in Anza-Borrego State Park I’d failed to encounter a plant [...]