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Dusk at the top of Cima Road The orange light of sunset vanishes as quickly as it appearedThumbnailsOn the last leg of the trip toward Butcher Knife Canyon, I can actually ride some of the roadThe orange light of sunset vanishes as quickly as it appearedThumbnailsOn the last leg of the trip toward Butcher Knife Canyon, I can actually ride some of the roadThe orange light of sunset vanishes as quickly as it appearedThumbnailsOn the last leg of the trip toward Butcher Knife Canyon, I can actually ride some of the roadThe orange light of sunset vanishes as quickly as it appearedThumbnailsOn the last leg of the trip toward Butcher Knife Canyon, I can actually ride some of the roadThe orange light of sunset vanishes as quickly as it appearedThumbnailsOn the last leg of the trip toward Butcher Knife Canyon, I can actually ride some of the road

I've just hiked the bike more than a mile up the sand of the old Cima Road beyond Death Valley Mine. I don't have much energy left, but I've survived just fine. I turn left at the road to Butcher Knife Canyon and I think I'm out of the sand, finally!