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I bet the valley below, between here and the Lucy Gray Mountains in the middleground, would be an interesting place to explore

I bet the valley below, between here and the Lucy Gray Mountains in the middleground, would be an interesting place to explore Looking to my right, I see the high point of this range, McCullough Mountain, at just over 7000 feetThumbnailsLooking way off into the distance, I can see a snow-capped mountain, which I presume is Charleston Peak near Las VegasLooking to my right, I see the high point of this range, McCullough Mountain, at just over 7000 feetThumbnailsLooking way off into the distance, I can see a snow-capped mountain, which I presume is Charleston Peak near Las VegasLooking to my right, I see the high point of this range, McCullough Mountain, at just over 7000 feetThumbnailsLooking way off into the distance, I can see a snow-capped mountain, which I presume is Charleston Peak near Las VegasLooking to my right, I see the high point of this range, McCullough Mountain, at just over 7000 feetThumbnailsLooking way off into the distance, I can see a snow-capped mountain, which I presume is Charleston Peak near Las VegasLooking to my right, I see the high point of this range, McCullough Mountain, at just over 7000 feetThumbnailsLooking way off into the distance, I can see a snow-capped mountain, which I presume is Charleston Peak near Las Vegas

The wind up here is strong and almost cold. High winds have been forecast for the next few days out here. Aside from the sound of the wind, it's peaceful up here. I haven't seen any people yet today.