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The orange light of sunset vanishes as quickly as it appeared For a few minutes, that famous orange light of desert sunset oozes across the landThumbnailsDusk at the top of Cima RoadFor a few minutes, that famous orange light of desert sunset oozes across the landThumbnailsDusk at the top of Cima RoadFor a few minutes, that famous orange light of desert sunset oozes across the landThumbnailsDusk at the top of Cima RoadFor a few minutes, that famous orange light of desert sunset oozes across the landThumbnailsDusk at the top of Cima RoadFor a few minutes, that famous orange light of desert sunset oozes across the landThumbnailsDusk at the top of Cima Road

This road is still a hopeless sand pit, but I've decided I might as well trudge along anyway.

Really, it doesn't matter if it gets dark. I have a good headlight on my bike to guide me through the darkness to my destination and I would like to be near Butcher Knife Canyon for the hike that I have planned tomorrow.