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    Hey everyone,
    Haven't been on here in a while, but just wanted to post a few pictures of my lastest trip to Anza Borrego. It's near the end of the wildflower season, but I was going there to explore the slot canyons and caves anyway. Took about 300 pictures, but here are my favorites
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    The Wind Cave is Numero Uno, best of the three. Thanks for posting them! Bob

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    Default Nice photos!

    I think that place is in California right??

    Gen in her far away land

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    Yes, the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park is east of San Diego, CA along SR78 -- this is north of I-8 between San Diego and Yuma, AZ.

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    Thank you for sharing such great photos. I've never heard of the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park prior to your posting. Now, I will definitely have it on my list of future sites to visit. Thanks, again!

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    Default Photos

    DesertUSA's current wildflower reports for Anza-Borrego can be can be viewed here.

    Plus some of photos from March, 1998 bloom are here.

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    Default best time?

    What is the best time to visit this place?
    The drive thru narrows looks pretty much like capitol reef in UT.
    any fear of flash floods in these canyons(despite the fact that it is a desert and recvs lesser rainfall)

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    Default Anza Borrego Wildflowers

    Quote Originally Posted by cool
    What is the best time to visit this place?
    The drive thru narrows looks pretty much like capitol reef in UT.
    any fear of flash floods in these canyons(despite the fact that it is a desert and recvs lesser rainfall)
    Flash floods are always a possibility, but extremely rare. My favorite time to visit -- would be the winter months of January and February. Some photos from this year's wildflower extravaganza and from a visit back in March of 1998.

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