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LA fall color hike: Dipper, deer and triffids, oh my!

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Thursday, November 21, 2013
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Bob Cates
The Meanderthals (that's what we call our group) took a fall color hike on Nov. 20 up the Gabrielino Trail in the lower Arroyo Seco from Jet Propulsion Lab to Paul Little Picnic Area, about 7 miles round trip. Here's what winter looks like in L.A.'s backyard, the Angeles National Forest. Check our calendar to join one of our winter hikes.
 

Unusual stream-side Indian paintbrush.
 
Carole photographs a towering wooly mullein, a scene reminding me of the Day of the Triffids.
 
American Dipper (water ouzel) at pool below check dam near Paul Little Picnic Area.

What are you up to?

Bob Cates is a Sierra Club Angeles Chapter leader and Chapter historian who photographs just about every one of his outings.

 

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