Jim, if you think this should go under wildflower reports, feel free to move it. Hearing that there were a lot of sego lilies around Grand Junction, I took a quick trip a week & a half later. I knew that I might be too late, but it was the earliest I could escape. I also didn't know where around Junction they might be, but after a little (very little) research, I settled on this place. The sego lilies I usually see are white with maybe a faint blush of pink. There were also Showy 4 O'Clocks all over the place As well as Golden Prince's Plumes Yuccas were plentiful and in bloom And a nice view of the Colorado River at the half-way point. Somehow, I missed the chest-high cairn marking the junction of trails & turned a 6.1 mile hike into 9 or 10 miles, which wouldn't have been so bad if my water reservoir wasn't leaking into the compartment with my camera which led me to pour most of my water out (after offering it to my dog who took a few laps & ignored the rest) when I thought I had 2 miles left to go. My camera was barely damp, so I wasn't worried about it, though I did wrap it in my packs rain fly just in case.