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How cool, a little dry waterfall in middle Bull Canyon; it must be 15-20 feet tall More rock ahead to climb over in middle Bull Canyon...ThumbnailsI take an energy-bar break up on a rock pile overlooking the Bull Canyon dry waterfall, at about 3450 feet elevationMore rock ahead to climb over in middle Bull Canyon...ThumbnailsI take an energy-bar break up on a rock pile overlooking the Bull Canyon dry waterfall, at about 3450 feet elevationMore rock ahead to climb over in middle Bull Canyon...ThumbnailsI take an energy-bar break up on a rock pile overlooking the Bull Canyon dry waterfall, at about 3450 feet elevationMore rock ahead to climb over in middle Bull Canyon...ThumbnailsI take an energy-bar break up on a rock pile overlooking the Bull Canyon dry waterfall, at about 3450 feet elevationMore rock ahead to climb over in middle Bull Canyon...ThumbnailsI take an energy-bar break up on a rock pile overlooking the Bull Canyon dry waterfall, at about 3450 feet elevation

It's odd that I should encounter a natural obstacle just at the time that I'm thinking of turning around and returning to camp. It looks steep and slippery, but I could probably make it up if done carefully.