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Just a little further until I reach the top... I keep looking back behind me at the saddle that leads down to Cliff Canyon SpringThumbnailsUp on Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #2 at about 6550 feet elevation is a claim marker and lots of low-growing cactiI keep looking back behind me at the saddle that leads down to Cliff Canyon SpringThumbnailsUp on Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #2 at about 6550 feet elevation is a claim marker and lots of low-growing cactiI keep looking back behind me at the saddle that leads down to Cliff Canyon SpringThumbnailsUp on Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #2 at about 6550 feet elevation is a claim marker and lots of low-growing cactiI keep looking back behind me at the saddle that leads down to Cliff Canyon SpringThumbnailsUp on Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #2 at about 6550 feet elevation is a claim marker and lots of low-growing cactiI keep looking back behind me at the saddle that leads down to Cliff Canyon SpringThumbnailsUp on Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #2 at about 6550 feet elevation is a claim marker and lots of low-growing cacti

Many trees up here escaped the 2005 brush fires, but not all of them did. Perhaps the wind was blowing so hard that the fire didn't have a chance to burn everything it its path.