29-Mar-2001 -- Today was a beautiful day for a drive to this confluence. The snow was melting and the water was running.
This was my third confluence, all of which have been on 38N. The terrain is amazingly the same at each one. The most common plants are sagebrush, pinion pine and juniper. The terrain is common to the Great Basin.
This confluence is about 30 miles north of the entrance to Bryce Canyon National Park.
It was a great day. Thanks! David Mower