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Condors & Honeybees at DCHS

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June 26, 2005 05:18PM
I arrived at dchs on Thursday at sunset. The water temperature was 74 degrees in deep creek. The water level was about 1 foot below the Arizona pool.
On Friday about 11:00am 5 condors were spotted over family canyon, they circled family canyon about 10 minuets then shifted to the canyon above the springs for about 10 minuets , then glided toward Lake Arrowhead. 10 minuets later 3 of the 5 were observed heading toward Victorville. The other 2 condors must have liked Lake Arrowhead more than the city.
Then on Friday at 12:00 noon as I accompanied a friend who calls herself Mt. honey from the springs, I observed a swarm of honeybees swarming at the big hole in the large rock across the creek from the springs. There were thousands of bees there. Two of them had the nerve to sting me ? , as I took their picture.
On Saturday the weather was absolutly perfect for a DCHS meeting. The weather was the same the two days before too! As I left the 110 degree Las Vegas heat to the cool 70 something degrees of Deep creek it was a treat for the senses.
Weekends like this one are what I live for.
Happy hotspringing everyone !
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jobe 1012June 26, 2005 05:18PM

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Rick 570June 26, 2005 05:46PM

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