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There are also a few old pinyon pine trees along Pine Spring Rd: not a surprise given the name of this place

There are also a few old pinyon pine trees along Pine Spring Rd: not a surprise given the name of this place My energy is really low this morning as I start walking up the road toward the McCullough MountainsThumbnailsA few healthy barberry bushes grow along Pine Spring RoadMy energy is really low this morning as I start walking up the road toward the McCullough MountainsThumbnailsA few healthy barberry bushes grow along Pine Spring RoadMy energy is really low this morning as I start walking up the road toward the McCullough MountainsThumbnailsA few healthy barberry bushes grow along Pine Spring RoadMy energy is really low this morning as I start walking up the road toward the McCullough MountainsThumbnailsA few healthy barberry bushes grow along Pine Spring RoadMy energy is really low this morning as I start walking up the road toward the McCullough MountainsThumbnailsA few healthy barberry bushes grow along Pine Spring Road

It's not even a hot day, but I'm already appreciating the brief shade as I hopefully get warmed up for this hike. The road is quite sandy in places, so I'm glad I didn't bother dragging the 10-ton bike any further last night.