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Once all is dismantled, the wind stops for a few minutes, which keeps my belongings from blowing away while packing

Once all is dismantled, the wind stops for a few minutes, which keeps my belongings from blowing away while packing Intermittent strong gusts of wind make taking down the tent a bit like launching a kiteThumbnailsOne of thousands of crickets stays still long enough for me to snap a photo of itIntermittent strong gusts of wind make taking down the tent a bit like launching a kiteThumbnailsOne of thousands of crickets stays still long enough for me to snap a photo of itIntermittent strong gusts of wind make taking down the tent a bit like launching a kiteThumbnailsOne of thousands of crickets stays still long enough for me to snap a photo of itIntermittent strong gusts of wind make taking down the tent a bit like launching a kiteThumbnailsOne of thousands of crickets stays still long enough for me to snap a photo of itIntermittent strong gusts of wind make taking down the tent a bit like launching a kiteThumbnailsOne of thousands of crickets stays still long enough for me to snap a photo of it

I've enjoyed my three nights here and haven't seen anyone else in the area. I could spend more time exploring nooks and crannies around here, but it's time to move on.

Everything I'm carrying is unpacked and scattered about, so it's taking me a while to pack up.