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I finally make it up to the little plateau around 1800 feet (Arnold Horse Camp sits down below in the canyon at about 1250 feet)

I finally make it up to the little plateau around 1800 feet (Arnold Horse Camp sits down below in the canyon at about 1250 feet) Rising slowly up Blue Ridge Road and looking back down toward the Coyote Creek canyon where I started a while ago.ThumbnailsI turn on Poverty Flat Rd and begin heading out of the park the same way I came in.Rising slowly up Blue Ridge Road and looking back down toward the Coyote Creek canyon where I started a while ago.ThumbnailsI turn on Poverty Flat Rd and begin heading out of the park the same way I came in.Rising slowly up Blue Ridge Road and looking back down toward the Coyote Creek canyon where I started a while ago.ThumbnailsI turn on Poverty Flat Rd and begin heading out of the park the same way I came in.Rising slowly up Blue Ridge Road and looking back down toward the Coyote Creek canyon where I started a while ago.ThumbnailsI turn on Poverty Flat Rd and begin heading out of the park the same way I came in.Rising slowly up Blue Ridge Road and looking back down toward the Coyote Creek canyon where I started a while ago.ThumbnailsI turn on Poverty Flat Rd and begin heading out of the park the same way I came in.

I finally make it up to the little plateau around 1800 feet (Arnold Horse Camp sits down below in the canyon at about 1250 feet). Classic Henry Coe Park brilliant colors for this time of year: golden yellow, sky blue and some dark green.