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Old 06-06-2016
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Found this small panel on a side hike in Cave Creek Area last Thursday. There were a couple of other even better panels but for some reason the pictures didn't turn out. I'll try again next time.

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Is that in the 7-springs area Jim?
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I'm not familiar with the 7-springs area. This panel was off the drainage that leads back to the actual cave of Cave Creek. I believe it's a controlled area but I was there with a friend whose house abuts the drainage.



The other panels that I photographed (poorly it appears) were in the Spur Cross Conservation area. Quite easy access if you know where to look.
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The cave.

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