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End-of-day haze at 108 degrees F (42 C)

End-of-day haze at 108 degrees F (42 C) Impact—that tiny spring out in the Death Valley backcountry did contain a wee bit of life-giving water.ThumbnailsI see a little shade from the hot sunImpact—that tiny spring out in the Death Valley backcountry did contain a wee bit of life-giving water.ThumbnailsI see a little shade from the hot sunImpact—that tiny spring out in the Death Valley backcountry did contain a wee bit of life-giving water.ThumbnailsI see a little shade from the hot sunImpact—that tiny spring out in the Death Valley backcountry did contain a wee bit of life-giving water.ThumbnailsI see a little shade from the hot sunImpact—that tiny spring out in the Death Valley backcountry did contain a wee bit of life-giving water.ThumbnailsI see a little shade from the hot sunImpact—that tiny spring out in the Death Valley backcountry did contain a wee bit of life-giving water.ThumbnailsI see a little shade from the hot sun