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The last items to remove are the large rocks that I placed inside the tent last night to keep it from blowing over again

The last items to remove are the large rocks that I placed inside the tent last night to keep it from blowing over again Enjoying the views down to Cowhole Moutain and Soda Lake, I ponder camping another night here at Devil's PlaygroundThumbnailsI like the patterns that my sleeping pad has imprinted on the sand through the floor of my tentEnjoying the views down to Cowhole Moutain and Soda Lake, I ponder camping another night here at Devil's PlaygroundThumbnailsI like the patterns that my sleeping pad has imprinted on the sand through the floor of my tentEnjoying the views down to Cowhole Moutain and Soda Lake, I ponder camping another night here at Devil's PlaygroundThumbnailsI like the patterns that my sleeping pad has imprinted on the sand through the floor of my tentEnjoying the views down to Cowhole Moutain and Soda Lake, I ponder camping another night here at Devil's PlaygroundThumbnailsI like the patterns that my sleeping pad has imprinted on the sand through the floor of my tentEnjoying the views down to Cowhole Moutain and Soda Lake, I ponder camping another night here at Devil's PlaygroundThumbnailsI like the patterns that my sleeping pad has imprinted on the sand through the floor of my tent

I'm carrying a number of cold-weather items on this trip to help me survive the evenings, and this has made my load a bit bigger than during my warm-weather Mojave bikepacking trips.