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To my left while descending Cima Road are views across the valley to the Butcher Knife Canyon area of the New York Mountains

To my left while descending Cima Road are views across the valley to the Butcher Knife Canyon area of the New York Mountains The six-mile ride down the Cima Road hill to the Cima Store, 800 feet below, is a blastThumbnailsAbout 1.5 miles before reaching the Cima Store, I pass that power-line road again that crosses Mojave National PreserveThe six-mile ride down the Cima Road hill to the Cima Store, 800 feet below, is a blastThumbnailsAbout 1.5 miles before reaching the Cima Store, I pass that power-line road again that crosses Mojave National PreserveThe six-mile ride down the Cima Road hill to the Cima Store, 800 feet below, is a blastThumbnailsAbout 1.5 miles before reaching the Cima Store, I pass that power-line road again that crosses Mojave National PreserveThe six-mile ride down the Cima Road hill to the Cima Store, 800 feet below, is a blastThumbnailsAbout 1.5 miles before reaching the Cima Store, I pass that power-line road again that crosses Mojave National PreserveThe six-mile ride down the Cima Road hill to the Cima Store, 800 feet below, is a blastThumbnailsAbout 1.5 miles before reaching the Cima Store, I pass that power-line road again that crosses Mojave National Preserve

The two nights I spent at Butcher Knife Canyon last week were an enjoyable exercise in solitude and weathering strong winds.