It is raining in the picture, and it is of a sign near the bottom of Kaibab, describing the rainfall as being very low and hence it was desert conditions with plants similar to the Chuiuauan (sp) Desert (iirc) - but it is raining!!!It does occasionally rain in the desert (usually right about when I'm trying to get to or from work...)The other morning on the bus another rider, a librarian for the State Archives, was telling me a story from a friend of his. She was talking to a grade-school class, and asked if any of them lived in a desert. Not a one raised their hand. Here's the punch line--I live (and this happened) in Phoenix.I know it doesn't *look* like a desert...but isn't the lack of rain a clue? :-)Ellentraded geology for hydrology
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