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Hmmm... a pink ribbon tied to a tree branch, marking a hiking route in this remote part of the New York Mountains

Hmmm... a pink ribbon tied to a tree branch, marking a hiking route in this remote part of the New York Mountains This open hillside in the Mid HIlls boasts a few delphiniums and Desert sage flowers between the junipers and pinon pinesThumbnailsMore awesome zoom-in views across Ivanpah Valley from the hills between Cabin Springs and Cottonwood SpringsThis open hillside in the Mid HIlls boasts a few delphiniums and Desert sage flowers between the junipers and pinon pinesThumbnailsMore awesome zoom-in views across Ivanpah Valley from the hills between Cabin Springs and Cottonwood SpringsThis open hillside in the Mid HIlls boasts a few delphiniums and Desert sage flowers between the junipers and pinon pinesThumbnailsMore awesome zoom-in views across Ivanpah Valley from the hills between Cabin Springs and Cottonwood SpringsThis open hillside in the Mid HIlls boasts a few delphiniums and Desert sage flowers between the junipers and pinon pinesThumbnailsMore awesome zoom-in views across Ivanpah Valley from the hills between Cabin Springs and Cottonwood SpringsThis open hillside in the Mid HIlls boasts a few delphiniums and Desert sage flowers between the junipers and pinon pinesThumbnailsMore awesome zoom-in views across Ivanpah Valley from the hills between Cabin Springs and Cottonwood Springs

... and here I thought I was the only one who had ever hiked here. Perhaps the animal-trail fragments I've been seeing here and there have been used by humans more often than I thought.