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I can see Kelso down in the valley, and I'll be staring at it for the rest of my hike down Cornfield Spring Road in the sunset

I can see Kelso down in the valley, and I'll be staring at it for the rest of my hike down Cornfield Spring Road in the sunset Now at the summit of Cornfield Spring Road, I have a nice partial view across to Cima Dome on the other side of Kelso ValleyThumbnailsA final glance at the little valley near Cornfield Spring, and the unnamed canyon beyond that I was hoping to have time to hikeNow at the summit of Cornfield Spring Road, I have a nice partial view across to Cima Dome on the other side of Kelso ValleyThumbnailsA final glance at the little valley near Cornfield Spring, and the unnamed canyon beyond that I was hoping to have time to hikeNow at the summit of Cornfield Spring Road, I have a nice partial view across to Cima Dome on the other side of Kelso ValleyThumbnailsA final glance at the little valley near Cornfield Spring, and the unnamed canyon beyond that I was hoping to have time to hikeNow at the summit of Cornfield Spring Road, I have a nice partial view across to Cima Dome on the other side of Kelso ValleyThumbnailsA final glance at the little valley near Cornfield Spring, and the unnamed canyon beyond that I was hoping to have time to hikeNow at the summit of Cornfield Spring Road, I have a nice partial view across to Cima Dome on the other side of Kelso ValleyThumbnailsA final glance at the little valley near Cornfield Spring, and the unnamed canyon beyond that I was hoping to have time to hike

The light is pale yellow right now, and will metamorphose into gold, then orange, and then pink, as darkness arrives.