David Johnson's Travel Blog
Bicycle Trip 1999
Okefenokee 2002
Anza-Borrego 2003
04/06  Hellhole Canyon
04/07  Coyote Creek
04/08  Fish Creek Wash (morning)
04/08  Fish Creek Wash
04/08  Ascending Whale Peak
04/09  17 Palms Oasis
04/09  The Pumpkin Patch
04/09  an "Unpleasant Curiosity"
04/09  Calcite Mines and Palm Wash
04/09  Blair Valley
04/10  Carrizo Creek - Where the critters are
Texas 2003
Road Trip West 2003
Sequoia National Park 2004
Hiking Florida 2005
Nomadic 2005
Bicycle Trip 2009
Bicycle Trip 2010
Nomadic 2010
Little Bicycle Trip 2011
Wisconsin Bicycle Trip 2011
Bicycle Trip 2011
Nomadic 2011
Kayak Trip 2012
Nomadic 2012
Liverworks Productions
Nomadic 2013
Liverworks Productions
Texas Pig Hunting
Bicycle Trip 2014
Bicycle Trip 2015
Biking West 2015
Chickens and Pheasants 2016
Biking About 2016
New Zealand 2016
Kayak Trip 2017

Fish Creek Wash


Anybody up for a little Pod Racing?

The Coyote Creek jeep trail being an exception, most of the trails in Anza-Borrego simply follow the groomed washes between massive canyons for miles on end. The beautiful thing about these wash-roads is that they basically self-maintain themselves. For the most part, they're perfectly level, dry, river beds with steep walls. The only thing to watch out for are the many rocks which seek to destroy your suspension.

Not only is the Jeep Liberty a little bit of a gas hog, excessive jeep trail driving tends to a little on the non-economical side. No problem. There's always plenty of gas in Borrego Springs, located in the center of the park.

Interestingly enough, another day later the price had fallen to a rock-bottom bargain of $2.19 / gallon. Because I hadn't been listening to the radio at all, this was my only real indication that the war was going in our favor.

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