After reaching Sheep Canyon, one of my favorite places on planet Earth (!), I began my pedal-trip back the way I came.  First, I stopped to get a few photos of the green mountains around Cougar Canyon.

cougar canyon is tucked in on the right, out of view, in the distance

if you click the photos, you get a bigger picture

A photo (below) looking the other way, meaning in the direction that I had come, which is Coyote Canyon, which kind of runs in a northwest to southeast direction.

Back in this area, the elevation is higher, so there were fewer flowers at this time.  Nevertheless, if I slowed down and looked around, I could see they were starting to emerge.

To appreciate them from another viewpoint, get down on the ground!

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