It's always enjoyable to pay a visit to Anza-Borrego Desert State Park in March to take in the wildflower displays. This year, though, our plan is to avoid the crowds at the typical roadside flower display sites and instead do some wilderness hiking and just see what turns up where we're at. The goal of our wilderness hike is the rumored Clark Dry Lake petroglyph site. Although it's a small site, the petroglyphs are supposed to be quite old and well off the beaten path. So, this morning we're heading toward the dry lake to try our luck with both wildflowers and petroglyphs. Sounds like a winning combination, eh? Grab your virtual gear and join us for a day of adventure!