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9/16
Beautiful open views across the Joshua tree forest on the way down to Cima At the end of Death Valley Mine Road, I hit patches of deep sand on the Cima RoadThumbnailsI reach the pavement of Kelso-Cima Road and the Cima StoreAt the end of Death Valley Mine Road, I hit patches of deep sand on the Cima RoadThumbnailsI reach the pavement of Kelso-Cima Road and the Cima StoreAt the end of Death Valley Mine Road, I hit patches of deep sand on the Cima RoadThumbnailsI reach the pavement of Kelso-Cima Road and the Cima StoreAt the end of Death Valley Mine Road, I hit patches of deep sand on the Cima RoadThumbnailsI reach the pavement of Kelso-Cima Road and the Cima StoreAt the end of Death Valley Mine Road, I hit patches of deep sand on the Cima RoadThumbnailsI reach the pavement of Kelso-Cima Road and the Cima Store

Cima Dome is visible from here behind that Joshua tree on the left; it's that ever-so-gentle curve on the horizon that constitutes the barely perceptible dome.

That rocky mound straight ahead is Teutonia Peak, which I haven't hiked yet.