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Resting at my tent at Nipton: the pinkish glow of the desert sunset is always a welcome end of the day I ride the Nipton-Brant Road two miles along the train tracks to get back to NiptonThumbnailsSome of that pink light spills across the hills in the background that I visited this afternoonI ride the Nipton-Brant Road two miles along the train tracks to get back to NiptonThumbnailsSome of that pink light spills across the hills in the background that I visited this afternoonI ride the Nipton-Brant Road two miles along the train tracks to get back to NiptonThumbnailsSome of that pink light spills across the hills in the background that I visited this afternoonI ride the Nipton-Brant Road two miles along the train tracks to get back to NiptonThumbnailsSome of that pink light spills across the hills in the background that I visited this afternoonI ride the Nipton-Brant Road two miles along the train tracks to get back to NiptonThumbnailsSome of that pink light spills across the hills in the background that I visited this afternoon

A car is parked at the tent cabin across from my tent; I won't be alone tonight.