Second stop of my excursion to southern Anza Borrego: Arroyo Seco Del Diablo. I’m sure there’s plenty to see there, probably for days and days… need to return! I wanted to be at Arroyo Tapiado for sunset though, so I didn’t explore the side canyons. Unlike Arroyo Tapiado with its mud walls, Arroyo Seco Del Diablo has a lot of sandstone with really strange and fascinating concretions. Here are some.
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