La Posa South BLM
We're enjoying our boondocking out here. Even though the Government Shutdown was going on, there were no fees collected and the facilities (water/garbage/dump) were still running
Diane, Steve, Me, Steve, Guy, Sue, Greg, Cori, Glenda and Curt.
Circle #3: The Circle of Life.
This cool desert art sits about 2.7 miles out on Palm Canyon Rd. It's been there for many years. If you'd like to see it the coordinates are: 33.3732 -114.1737
Trinkets, coins personal items are left by some in the center.
Steve, Steve, Curt and Glenda heading up the trail. It's rather short and fairly easy. Even if you're only going to the viewing area, I'd still recommend sturdy shoes and a little water.
It's hard to tell, but this is a climb up the lower part of this draw.
There's a lot of loose rock, but it quickly becomes solid rock. Also much steeper and narrow.
Looking down at the others climbing up.
Looking across the canyon you see what I call The Castle.
Up close you can see the "turrets".
My brother making his way up.
#4 Here come the slots!!
Entering The Narrows.
Suck it in!
A short clip showing just how narrow it gets. Maybe 1 to 2 feet wide.
I made it! I thought this "tree hugger" picture of my brother was pretty funny!
A snack at the top and a couple more pictures then we headed down.
Such a pretty view looking back towards 95.
What a bunch of hooligans!
More interesting desert art.
On our last day the guys went out on a buggy ride. Steve, Red, Steve and Guy. They were out all day and had a great time riding though old mining areas and seeing some petroglyphs.
Another great time! See ya next year!