Lower Yubay tinaja, which is typically dry.
The recent rainfall filled all the tinajas (water holes) in central Baja.

The main tinaja of Yubay, full Feb., 2003.

A bit closer... note the wild fig tree growing on the cliff side (left).
This is the clue you have arrived at the true Tinaja de Yubay,
less than a mile up a canyon where those traveling the El Camino Real would stop,
between the mission of San Borja and Calamajue.

Grinding stone at Yubay... Neal's 2 way radio, for size scale.


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