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Posted: 01/04/15 11:56pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

for all of those who are snowed in here is another anza borrego adventure [emoticon]

Fish Creek Wash

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since many are having trouble with the photos, here are some of those posted on the anza site

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Loop Wash off the main Fish Creek Wash
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here are the fossil beds
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* This post was edited 01/05/15 03:25pm by anutami *


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That's really interesting. All the clam fossils are making me want to make a pot of steamers. Do you know the dating of those fossil beds?
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Camper_Jeff_&_Kelli wrote:

That's really interesting. All the clam fossils are making me want to make a pot of steamers. Do you know the dating of those fossil beds?
Thanks for the TR


Yes, hard to believe the gulf of california made its way all the way to the fish creek wash area.

Here is the sign the Rangers put up.

It says 20 million years
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need to resize the pictures. there nice but take the whole screen and more.

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Dome wrote:

need to resize the pictures. there nice but take the whole screen and more.


Sorry, I made them that size because I like huge pictures [emoticon] On my computer it takes up the whole screen, but not anymore. I will look into it a bit more.

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I like the huge pictures, lots more detail. That's a cool area.


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Posted: 01/05/15 09:35am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I am totally missing desert season this year due to a broken ankle. Your photos are my window to ABDSP this season. Please keep them coming.


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Posted: 01/05/15 10:03am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

anutami wrote:

for all of those who are snowed in here is another anza borrego adventure [emoticon]

Fish Creek Wash


I checked the link. The photos were exceptionally large, and were very difficult to see on my computer. From what I could tell, they would be great if they were smaller.

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Reddog1 wrote:

anutami wrote:

for all of those who are snowed in here is another anza borrego adventure [emoticon]

Fish Creek Wash


I checked the link. The photos were exceptionally large, and were very difficult to see on my computer. From what I could tell, they would be great if they were smaller.

Wayne


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Yeah they are pretty big on the computer, I do mostly everything on the ipad and they are perfect there.

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Posted: 01/05/15 12:18pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I just thought you would want to know about the size. People might appreciate them more if they could see them. I was looking at them on my 50" TV [emoticon]

If you were so inclined, you could probably resize them. I think it would be interesting to know how many people can see them. They appear to be great photos.

Wayne

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