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The last supper at Keystone Canyon Quite a few desert four o'clocks are blooming around my Keystone Canyon campsiteThumbnailsKeystone Canyon hike as viewed in Google EarthQuite a few desert four o'clocks are blooming around my Keystone Canyon campsiteThumbnailsKeystone Canyon hike as viewed in Google EarthQuite a few desert four o'clocks are blooming around my Keystone Canyon campsiteThumbnailsKeystone Canyon hike as viewed in Google EarthQuite a few desert four o'clocks are blooming around my Keystone Canyon campsiteThumbnailsKeystone Canyon hike as viewed in Google EarthQuite a few desert four o'clocks are blooming around my Keystone Canyon campsiteThumbnailsKeystone Canyon hike as viewed in Google Earth

Supper tonight is Backpacker Pantry's vegan Kathmandu Curry, a delicious and interestingly textured mixture of mostly potatoes and lentils. Ryan, owner of Good Karma Vegan restaurant in San José, suggested that I try this and he's right, it's really good.

I follow up with some Trader Joe's beef jerky, tamari almonds, a bowl of miso soup with dulse and a bit of granola for dessert. Mmm.

Strong Mojave winds have picked up again this evening and it's thus quite noisy inside the flapping tent. As soon as the sun set, I had to put on full-length jeans and a sweater. Still, it's not as chilly as it was last night and I don't need to crawl inside my sleeping bag wearing my toque and windbreaker like last night.

I fall asleep easily in this beautiful place, but wake up a few times due to weird dreams.