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One of thousands of crickets stays still long enough for me to snap a photo of it Once all is dismantled, the wind stops for a few minutes, which keeps my belongings from blowing away while packingThumbnailsI carry my bike, and walk my packed saddlebags, out of the Wilderness area over to the old roadOnce all is dismantled, the wind stops for a few minutes, which keeps my belongings from blowing away while packingThumbnailsI carry my bike, and walk my packed saddlebags, out of the Wilderness area over to the old roadOnce all is dismantled, the wind stops for a few minutes, which keeps my belongings from blowing away while packingThumbnailsI carry my bike, and walk my packed saddlebags, out of the Wilderness area over to the old roadOnce all is dismantled, the wind stops for a few minutes, which keeps my belongings from blowing away while packingThumbnailsI carry my bike, and walk my packed saddlebags, out of the Wilderness area over to the old roadOnce all is dismantled, the wind stops for a few minutes, which keeps my belongings from blowing away while packingThumbnailsI carry my bike, and walk my packed saddlebags, out of the Wilderness area over to the old road

Thousands of these crickets were hopping about on my way up Kelbaker Road a couple of days ago, but not nearly as many of them seem to call this area home.