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Back at Arnold Horse Camp, I guzzle lots more water.

Back at Arnold Horse Camp, I guzzle lots more water. Madia elegans growing along the Narrows TrailThumbnailsTime to prepare yet another add-boiling-water-to-bag camper's meal.Madia elegans growing along the Narrows TrailThumbnailsTime to prepare yet another add-boiling-water-to-bag camper's meal.Madia elegans growing along the Narrows TrailThumbnailsTime to prepare yet another add-boiling-water-to-bag camper's meal.Madia elegans growing along the Narrows TrailThumbnailsTime to prepare yet another add-boiling-water-to-bag camper's meal.Madia elegans growing along the Narrows TrailThumbnailsTime to prepare yet another add-boiling-water-to-bag camper's meal.

Back at Arnold Horse Camp, I guzzle lots more water. I'm still feeling a bit dehydrated even though I've been drinking water all day. It has been another hot day and it probably reached 90 degrees. With cooler parks available on the other side of Silicon Valley, this probably explains why there's almost never anyone out here in Henry Coe State Park's backcountry on a Labor Day weekend. I'm taking advantage of the opportunity for solitude and really enjoying it.