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Looking toward Kelso from the rooster comb, I keep looking for my tent, which is too small to be visible in this view

Looking toward Kelso from the rooster comb, I keep looking for my tent, which is too small to be visible in this view I linger for a few minutes on the rooster comb to take in the view over to Rex Mine, Kelso Dunes and far beyondThumbnailsI climb down from the rooster comb and notice a small tailings pile of greenish shale-like stripsI linger for a few minutes on the rooster comb to take in the view over to Rex Mine, Kelso Dunes and far beyondThumbnailsI climb down from the rooster comb and notice a small tailings pile of greenish shale-like stripsI linger for a few minutes on the rooster comb to take in the view over to Rex Mine, Kelso Dunes and far beyondThumbnailsI climb down from the rooster comb and notice a small tailings pile of greenish shale-like stripsI linger for a few minutes on the rooster comb to take in the view over to Rex Mine, Kelso Dunes and far beyondThumbnailsI climb down from the rooster comb and notice a small tailings pile of greenish shale-like stripsI linger for a few minutes on the rooster comb to take in the view over to Rex Mine, Kelso Dunes and far beyondThumbnailsI climb down from the rooster comb and notice a small tailings pile of greenish shale-like strips

Even the abandoned Kelso reservoir, near my tent and much bigger, is invisible from here.