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I start today's hike after a slow breakfast and notice an old coconut-juice can by Pine Spring Road Gold flowers growing in the gravel near my tent, which I think at first are goldfields (Lasthenia californica)ThumbnailsMy energy is really low this morning as I start walking up the road toward the McCullough MountainsGold flowers growing in the gravel near my tent, which I think at first are goldfields (Lasthenia californica)ThumbnailsMy energy is really low this morning as I start walking up the road toward the McCullough MountainsGold flowers growing in the gravel near my tent, which I think at first are goldfields (Lasthenia californica)ThumbnailsMy energy is really low this morning as I start walking up the road toward the McCullough MountainsGold flowers growing in the gravel near my tent, which I think at first are goldfields (Lasthenia californica)ThumbnailsMy energy is really low this morning as I start walking up the road toward the McCullough MountainsGold flowers growing in the gravel near my tent, which I think at first are goldfields (Lasthenia californica)ThumbnailsMy energy is really low this morning as I start walking up the road toward the McCullough Mountains

This is different... usually the discarded cans I find in the desert tend to be of the "Bud Lite" variety. Breakfast was granola and tamari almonds, a combination I usually like, but I guess I'm not used to dry low-fat camping food yet. I'll get used to it soon enough!