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I climb up the hill to get a view of the next unnamed canyon From a distance, I thought the rock in the foreground might be a natural arch, but the hole doesn't penetrate completelyThumbnailsHere I am out in the middle of nowhere, and I find an old balloon stuck on a creosote bushFrom a distance, I thought the rock in the foreground might be a natural arch, but the hole doesn't penetrate completelyThumbnailsHere I am out in the middle of nowhere, and I find an old balloon stuck on a creosote bushFrom a distance, I thought the rock in the foreground might be a natural arch, but the hole doesn't penetrate completelyThumbnailsHere I am out in the middle of nowhere, and I find an old balloon stuck on a creosote bushFrom a distance, I thought the rock in the foreground might be a natural arch, but the hole doesn't penetrate completelyThumbnailsHere I am out in the middle of nowhere, and I find an old balloon stuck on a creosote bushFrom a distance, I thought the rock in the foreground might be a natural arch, but the hole doesn't penetrate completelyThumbnailsHere I am out in the middle of nowhere, and I find an old balloon stuck on a creosote bush

I'll walk down into the wash ahead and, if I can't easily find an efficient way over the hills in front of me, I can always walk around the end of them to my left.