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There's so much wind that I've pretty much given up trying to wear my hat; it keeps blowing off my head

There's so much wind that I've pretty much given up trying to wear my hat; it keeps blowing off my head I ramble along the ridge above Cliff Canyon Spring a bit, and send a few text messages to let folks that all is wellThumbnailsOK, it's time to come out from behind this big old barberry bush and walk up there to Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #2I ramble along the ridge above Cliff Canyon Spring a bit, and send a few text messages to let folks that all is wellThumbnailsOK, it's time to come out from behind this big old barberry bush and walk up there to Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #2I ramble along the ridge above Cliff Canyon Spring a bit, and send a few text messages to let folks that all is wellThumbnailsOK, it's time to come out from behind this big old barberry bush and walk up there to Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #2I ramble along the ridge above Cliff Canyon Spring a bit, and send a few text messages to let folks that all is wellThumbnailsOK, it's time to come out from behind this big old barberry bush and walk up there to Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #2I ramble along the ridge above Cliff Canyon Spring a bit, and send a few text messages to let folks that all is wellThumbnailsOK, it's time to come out from behind this big old barberry bush and walk up there to Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #2

It's not for nothing that I wear a hat with a neck cord to help keep it from blowing away.