Close-up of the penstemon-like flowers on the big flowering tree at Pachalka Spring
Date: June 05, 2009, 13h01
A patch of grasses grows in a muddy spot in Seep Canyon like the ones at "real," identified springs
I've never thought before about what makes a marginal spring worthy of being identified and named. Some named desert springs don't even have this much vegetation. Perhaps nobody knows that this meagre spring exists?