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Old 02-27-2013   #1
 
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Here's a juicy little run that no one has run yet.
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Old 02-27-2013   #2
 
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ok... cool, but how do you know and where?
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The green stick in the foreground looks like Ocotillo, is this in AZ/NM?
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Ocotillo?

yes on the plant id nope on the location but it is in the states.
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I'm in!!!!
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Old 02-28-2013   #6
 
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to who ever sent me the private message. Nope it's not the White read my previous post for a hint where it's not
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Well, if it's not AZ, or NM, but it is in the USA, then it stands to reason it still needs to be in the SW, ased on the ocotillo, and the brownish water. I dont really know the range of the ocotillo plant but I cant imagine it's extends beyond the reaches of CA/AZ/NM/TX.....Maybe southern Utah? But I dont ever remember seeing much ocotillo in my wanderings in SoUT. What is that chunk of rock on river right, is that metamorphic or igneous bedrock?
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yeti nope on your maybe and nope on your geologic morphology
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Creek in Big Bend or Palo Duro Canyon,

Texas?For some reason Rifle Gap came to mind also.
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How many ocotillo have you seen around Rifle Gap?
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