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According to Google: Interstate 10, Exit 81, Tonopah, Arizona.hexclimber wrote:Where are Salome and Hovatter Roads?Alston Neal wrote:We were driving in from California yesterday on I-10 and the fields of Globemallow spanning acres was unlike anything we've ever seen.
They were between the Salome Rd. and the Hovatter Rd. on both sides of the freeway. More on the south side though.
Sorry no pics, no camera.
Any large spreads of poppies?Outdoor Lover wrote:I just spent 8 days in SE AZ (Safford, Willcox, Chiricahuas and other than a few Poppy Patches, there isn't much down that way at all....
I was in Anza-Borrego last April, but I was a little late to catch the peak of the bloom... Still an interesting place in its own right.azbackpackr wrote:I just went to Borrego area desert in SoCal, near Vallecito. No flowers to speak of, just a few here and there. I didn't see any poppies.
Agreed. I too was in the chiri's over the weekend and there wasn't much in the way of spring blooms in the lowlands. (How about that WIND though? Sheesh, it was strong.)Outdoor Lover wrote:I just spent 8 days in SE AZ (Safford, Willcox, Chiricahuas and other than a few Poppy Patches, there isn't much down that way at all....
saw one today out in the Goldfields. Ambika got the shot as we were trudging up a rather tall hill .joe bartels wrote:They typically first appear on the National Trail on South Mountain between the radio towers and Goat Hill.