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I ramble along the ridge above Cliff Canyon Spring a bit, and send a few text messages to let folks that all is well

I ramble along the ridge above Cliff Canyon Spring a bit, and send a few text messages to let folks that all is well I reach Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #1 and take in the views from just under 6500 feetThumbnailsThere's so much wind that I've pretty much given up trying to wear my hat; it keeps blowing off my headI reach Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #1 and take in the views from just under 6500 feetThumbnailsThere's so much wind that I've pretty much given up trying to wear my hat; it keeps blowing off my headI reach Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #1 and take in the views from just under 6500 feetThumbnailsThere's so much wind that I've pretty much given up trying to wear my hat; it keeps blowing off my headI reach Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #1 and take in the views from just under 6500 feetThumbnailsThere's so much wind that I've pretty much given up trying to wear my hat; it keeps blowing off my headI reach Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #1 and take in the views from just under 6500 feetThumbnailsThere's so much wind that I've pretty much given up trying to wear my hat; it keeps blowing off my head

Cell-phone reception up here is not bad. I decide to take shelter behind an old barberry from the strong wind that's beginning to feel cold. The noise of the wind is making it hard to hear my phone messages!