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I make my last two cups of strong coffee of the trip and enjoy the views while I procrastinate the task of breaking camp

I make my last two cups of strong coffee of the trip and enjoy the views while I procrastinate the task of breaking camp Sunny skies this morning, but raindrops from last night's thunderstorm glisten on the roof of my tentThumbnailsAs I pack the tent's contents into my saddlebags, I remove the big rocks I placed inside the tent to keep it from blowing awaySunny skies this morning, but raindrops from last night's thunderstorm glisten on the roof of my tentThumbnailsAs I pack the tent's contents into my saddlebags, I remove the big rocks I placed inside the tent to keep it from blowing awaySunny skies this morning, but raindrops from last night's thunderstorm glisten on the roof of my tentThumbnailsAs I pack the tent's contents into my saddlebags, I remove the big rocks I placed inside the tent to keep it from blowing awaySunny skies this morning, but raindrops from last night's thunderstorm glisten on the roof of my tentThumbnailsAs I pack the tent's contents into my saddlebags, I remove the big rocks I placed inside the tent to keep it from blowing awaySunny skies this morning, but raindrops from last night's thunderstorm glisten on the roof of my tentThumbnailsAs I pack the tent's contents into my saddlebags, I remove the big rocks I placed inside the tent to keep it from blowing away

I lazily consume beef jerky, granola, tamari almonds, dried fruit, and vitamin-C drink for breakfast again. The nearby power lines are buzzing loudly again this morning.