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The old range fence crosses the view back down toward my Pinto Valley campsite I come across another another one of those old rough-hewn wood fences that I always likeThumbnailsI keep looking back behind me at the saddle that leads down to Cliff Canyon SpringI come across another another one of those old rough-hewn wood fences that I always likeThumbnailsI keep looking back behind me at the saddle that leads down to Cliff Canyon SpringI come across another another one of those old rough-hewn wood fences that I always likeThumbnailsI keep looking back behind me at the saddle that leads down to Cliff Canyon SpringI come across another another one of those old rough-hewn wood fences that I always likeThumbnailsI keep looking back behind me at the saddle that leads down to Cliff Canyon SpringI come across another another one of those old rough-hewn wood fences that I always likeThumbnailsI keep looking back behind me at the saddle that leads down to Cliff Canyon Spring

I can see all the way over to the easily recognizable landmarks that are Pinto Mountain and Table Mountain.