Wildflowers

I haven’t sat down long enough to post a blog in quite a while.  But it doesn’t mean that I don’t have a ton of stuff to write about.  On the contrary, I have only been home long enough to do laundry, switch bags, and leave again.  And, the few moments that I have spent at home are filled with projects…like the kitchen floor which I should be working on right now.

I don’t ever remember seeing so many wildflowers as this spring.  An incredible amount of variety and huge numbers.  Fields of them some places and hidden below larger vegetation in others.  No trip has been without them so I have summarized my travels in one blog.

Coffee break is over.

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Spur Cross Ranch, Arizona
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Desert Gold in Death Valley NP, California
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Salvia and Poppies in Tulare, California
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Morro Bay SP, California
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Lupines in Fort Ord NM, California
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Larkspur at Santa Margarita Lake CP, California
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Larkspur along the trail in Pinnacles NP, California
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Carrizo Plain NM, California
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Ranger in a field of Phacelia
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Sunset on the Big Sur coast, Los Padres NF, California

4 thoughts on “Wildflowers”

  1. Gosh, those are beautiful Peter. This certainly has been the year for wildflowers. They are all over the place up here too. I hope you will find time to post more from each location you have visited. I am guessing there are a whole lot more where these came from.

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    1. Thanks. I hope to post a blog on each trip. Part of the problem is that my free time has has been spent trying to name the wildflowers….there are so many that I have never seen before. Soon.

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