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Patches of light snow survive from last night on the north side of hills facing Cedar Canyon Road in the Mid Hills

Patches of light snow survive from last night on the north side of hills facing Cedar Canyon Road in the Mid Hills Pinto Mountain decorates the views northward from Cedar Canyon Road as I enter the Mid Hills areaThumbnailsSunset on Pinto Mountain, Mid Hills, Mojave National PreservePinto Mountain decorates the views northward from Cedar Canyon Road as I enter the Mid Hills areaThumbnailsSunset on Pinto Mountain, Mid Hills, Mojave National PreservePinto Mountain decorates the views northward from Cedar Canyon Road as I enter the Mid Hills areaThumbnailsSunset on Pinto Mountain, Mid Hills, Mojave National PreservePinto Mountain decorates the views northward from Cedar Canyon Road as I enter the Mid Hills areaThumbnailsSunset on Pinto Mountain, Mid Hills, Mojave National PreservePinto Mountain decorates the views northward from Cedar Canyon Road as I enter the Mid Hills areaThumbnailsSunset on Pinto Mountain, Mid Hills, Mojave National Preserve

The sun is starting to go down and it's already partly hidden behind these hills. I feel an instant chill. I'm still pedalling uphill and sweating a bit, but my feet are getting cold. I put on my overshoes.