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Indeed, the Cima Store is closed

Indeed, the Cima Store is closed The post office is closed, but the lobby is still openThumbnailsI end my 15-minute break at Cima and get the 10-ton bike and I back on pavement at Cima JunctionThe post office is closed, but the lobby is still openThumbnailsI end my 15-minute break at Cima and get the 10-ton bike and I back on pavement at Cima JunctionThe post office is closed, but the lobby is still openThumbnailsI end my 15-minute break at Cima and get the 10-ton bike and I back on pavement at Cima JunctionThe post office is closed, but the lobby is still openThumbnailsI end my 15-minute break at Cima and get the 10-ton bike and I back on pavement at Cima JunctionThe post office is closed, but the lobby is still openThumbnailsI end my 15-minute break at Cima and get the 10-ton bike and I back on pavement at Cima Junction

Store hours here are known to be erratic, so a bicycle camper needs to treat this as a spring that may or may not have water. I still have adequate drinking water from yesterday's hike to Cottonwood Spring and Butcher Knife Spring.