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It's getting dark, and I can see that the lights are already on down at the village of Kelso A soft glow illuminates the Providence Mountains behind me as sunset fades awayThumbnailsOne last glance back at the Providence Mountains at dusk before there's no light left at allA soft glow illuminates the Providence Mountains behind me as sunset fades awayThumbnailsOne last glance back at the Providence Mountains at dusk before there's no light left at allA soft glow illuminates the Providence Mountains behind me as sunset fades awayThumbnailsOne last glance back at the Providence Mountains at dusk before there's no light left at allA soft glow illuminates the Providence Mountains behind me as sunset fades awayThumbnailsOne last glance back at the Providence Mountains at dusk before there's no light left at allA soft glow illuminates the Providence Mountains behind me as sunset fades awayThumbnailsOne last glance back at the Providence Mountains at dusk before there's no light left at all

I get out my flashlight, since I'll probably need it for the final half hour of my walk down Cornfield Spring Road, which has plenty of small rocks to trip on. The waxing moon should provide some light, but probably not enough.