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Thick clouds over the Kelso Dunes are picking up any yellow late-afternoon light that manages to get through the clouds

Thick clouds over the Kelso Dunes are picking up any yellow late-afternoon light that manages to get through the clouds The open space at the bottom of Bull Canyon is easy to hike after all the dense brush and large rock in the upper canyonThumbnailsAlmost back at the Kelso Dunes power-line road, with about 30 minutes of daylight leftThe open space at the bottom of Bull Canyon is easy to hike after all the dense brush and large rock in the upper canyonThumbnailsAlmost back at the Kelso Dunes power-line road, with about 30 minutes of daylight leftThe open space at the bottom of Bull Canyon is easy to hike after all the dense brush and large rock in the upper canyonThumbnailsAlmost back at the Kelso Dunes power-line road, with about 30 minutes of daylight leftThe open space at the bottom of Bull Canyon is easy to hike after all the dense brush and large rock in the upper canyonThumbnailsAlmost back at the Kelso Dunes power-line road, with about 30 minutes of daylight leftThe open space at the bottom of Bull Canyon is easy to hike after all the dense brush and large rock in the upper canyonThumbnailsAlmost back at the Kelso Dunes power-line road, with about 30 minutes of daylight left

A little more hiking over and around rocks, following animal trails here and there, remains. I've only slipped on a rock once today, and managed to not injure myself.