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A half-mile down the dirt road, I select a campsite to left of the big rock pile here  The first campsite has this beautiful tree for shade, but is too close to the paved road for my tasteThumbnailsSunset in the Cima Dome area is always beautiful, and tonight is no exception The first campsite has this beautiful tree for shade, but is too close to the paved road for my tasteThumbnailsSunset in the Cima Dome area is always beautiful, and tonight is no exception The first campsite has this beautiful tree for shade, but is too close to the paved road for my tasteThumbnailsSunset in the Cima Dome area is always beautiful, and tonight is no exception The first campsite has this beautiful tree for shade, but is too close to the paved road for my tasteThumbnailsSunset in the Cima Dome area is always beautiful, and tonight is no exception The first campsite has this beautiful tree for shade, but is too close to the paved road for my tasteThumbnailsSunset in the Cima Dome area is always beautiful, and tonight is no exception

When I was in this area two years ago (when this photo was taken), I chose a campsite a bit further down the road. Fresh tire tracks are everywhere, but I'm not seeing any people anywhere.