RD’s Adventures – Ocotillo & Anza Borrego

RD’s Jeeping Adventures

This past weekend seemed like a great opportunity to head back to Ocotillo and capture some images of the life in the desert. The weather was 80 degrees in the day and 55 at night, clear skies and almost a full moon.

This is my camp before the wind picked up and I had to pack it all back in the Jeep.

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I headed over to fonts Point to take in some more of this amazing view of the badlands.

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First ever SCX10 to be at Fonts Point

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Go ahead, take the trail less traveled.

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So I did, now which way do I go?

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Rare moment of a bird flying around.

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Looking ahead at the Historic Truckhaven Trail.

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Erosion. It is cool to see that the rock is still on top of the dirt

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Ocotillo in bloom, trail side on Truckhaven Trail

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And at the end of the wash I can only see the other side.

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Why go around when you can go over?

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Taking the trail less traveled

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And sometimes the jeep won’t fit.

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This is a view of Coachwhip Canyon.

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A road trip is not a road trip without passing by the cows.

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Though this was a solo adventure, it was a good time to chill and enjoy the desert as it is alive right now.

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