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I sit on McCullough Mountains Peak 6557 for a good 15 minutes and enjoy the views A pile of rocks sits upon McCullough Mountains unnamed peak 6557ThumbnailsLooking to my right, I see the high point of this range, McCullough Mountain, at just over 7000 feetA pile of rocks sits upon McCullough Mountains unnamed peak 6557ThumbnailsLooking to my right, I see the high point of this range, McCullough Mountain, at just over 7000 feetA pile of rocks sits upon McCullough Mountains unnamed peak 6557ThumbnailsLooking to my right, I see the high point of this range, McCullough Mountain, at just over 7000 feetA pile of rocks sits upon McCullough Mountains unnamed peak 6557ThumbnailsLooking to my right, I see the high point of this range, McCullough Mountain, at just over 7000 feetA pile of rocks sits upon McCullough Mountains unnamed peak 6557ThumbnailsLooking to my right, I see the high point of this range, McCullough Mountain, at just over 7000 feet

My cell phone works up here, so I send a couple of text messages and turn the phone off. I've never seen Ivanpah Dry Lake from this viewpoint before. With each new Mojave Desert hike, my visual understanding of the area increases.