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3/20
Large dry clumps of animal dung are everywhere around my tent I take a short walk to warm up and get used to today's surroundings (it was dark when I got here last night)ThumbnailsI ride back up the road 1.25 miles to the Kelso Dunes trailheadI take a short walk to warm up and get used to today's surroundings (it was dark when I got here last night)ThumbnailsI ride back up the road 1.25 miles to the Kelso Dunes trailheadI take a short walk to warm up and get used to today's surroundings (it was dark when I got here last night)ThumbnailsI ride back up the road 1.25 miles to the Kelso Dunes trailheadI take a short walk to warm up and get used to today's surroundings (it was dark when I got here last night)ThumbnailsI ride back up the road 1.25 miles to the Kelso Dunes trailheadI take a short walk to warm up and get used to today's surroundings (it was dark when I got here last night)ThumbnailsI ride back up the road 1.25 miles to the Kelso Dunes trailhead

I don't know what animal here produces these grey blobs, but the interesting thing is that they are completely dried out and almost weightless, like Italian meringue cookies. I suppose I could have been more picky about where I set up my tent in yesterday evening's darkness...