Sun, Apr 14, 2019
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I was traveling back to San Jose with my wife, passing through the Carrizo Plain National Monument to give her a chance to see the wildflowers on display there. I had passed through 12 days earlier and hoped they might still be at their peak, but alas, the flowers were probably about half of what they were earlier. Still, it made for a very pretty drive. We actually drove through the adjacent Elkhorn Plain where I'd seen excellent displays, right up against the Temblor Range. I made a couple of stops to tag a few points in the Panorama Hills. These were pretty short 15min roundtrip efforts, one at each end of this small range.
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