Jacumba has an interesting geological history (which I know very little of) which includes lots of volcanic activity some 18 million years ago. I hiked out to Table Mtn which has some history with the Kumeyaay Indians who called it the "island in the sky". They considered the mountain sacred. I also made sure to scramble up Squaw Tit, a small volcanic outburst at the top of Table mountain that looks like..well, like a tit.
|Table Mtn straight ahead|
|Me and 'Bones hiking towards Squaw Tit and Table Mtn in the far background|
|Up on top of Squaw Tit looking towards the 8 freeway|
|Table Mtn is a volcano and these markers surround the area|
|The extreme red rock everywhere is part of the quarry area found on the east side|
|The old Mica gem site is near the road to the east of the mtn area|