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Almost back at the Kelso Dunes power-line road, with about 30 minutes of daylight left Thick clouds over the Kelso Dunes are picking up any yellow late-afternoon light that manages to get through the cloudsThumbnailsI catch the last vestiges of sunlight as I walk the final 1.3 miles down the power-line road back to campThick clouds over the Kelso Dunes are picking up any yellow late-afternoon light that manages to get through the cloudsThumbnailsI catch the last vestiges of sunlight as I walk the final 1.3 miles down the power-line road back to campThick clouds over the Kelso Dunes are picking up any yellow late-afternoon light that manages to get through the cloudsThumbnailsI catch the last vestiges of sunlight as I walk the final 1.3 miles down the power-line road back to campThick clouds over the Kelso Dunes are picking up any yellow late-afternoon light that manages to get through the cloudsThumbnailsI catch the last vestiges of sunlight as I walk the final 1.3 miles down the power-line road back to campThick clouds over the Kelso Dunes are picking up any yellow late-afternoon light that manages to get through the cloudsThumbnailsI catch the last vestiges of sunlight as I walk the final 1.3 miles down the power-line road back to camp

I've achieved my goal, which was to be completely out of Bull Canyon by sunset. I didn't want to be walking over and around the ankle-breaking rocks here after dark.