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This is one of the more scraggly pinyon pines I've come across today in the McCullough Mountains I'll start the hike back to camp by hiking up the hill at centre-left, then following the ridge down to the hill in the middleThumbnails About 10 minutes later, I notice a hillside that might make for a good descent down to a washI'll start the hike back to camp by hiking up the hill at centre-left, then following the ridge down to the hill in the middleThumbnails About 10 minutes later, I notice a hillside that might make for a good descent down to a washI'll start the hike back to camp by hiking up the hill at centre-left, then following the ridge down to the hill in the middleThumbnails About 10 minutes later, I notice a hillside that might make for a good descent down to a washI'll start the hike back to camp by hiking up the hill at centre-left, then following the ridge down to the hill in the middleThumbnails About 10 minutes later, I notice a hillside that might make for a good descent down to a washI'll start the hike back to camp by hiking up the hill at centre-left, then following the ridge down to the hill in the middleThumbnails About 10 minutes later, I notice a hillside that might make for a good descent down to a wash

I wonder if this tree was damaged by fire or some other event at some point in its life? These can apparently live for several hundred years.