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These burned tree skeletons near Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #2 don't care much about the strong winds up here!

These burned tree skeletons near Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #2 don't care much about the strong winds up here! Up on Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #2 are a lot of ankle-high cactiThumbnailsLooking back toward my Pinto Valley campsite, I see a whole hillside that escaped the 2005 brush firesUp on Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #2 are a lot of ankle-high cactiThumbnailsLooking back toward my Pinto Valley campsite, I see a whole hillside that escaped the 2005 brush firesUp on Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #2 are a lot of ankle-high cactiThumbnailsLooking back toward my Pinto Valley campsite, I see a whole hillside that escaped the 2005 brush firesUp on Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #2 are a lot of ankle-high cactiThumbnailsLooking back toward my Pinto Valley campsite, I see a whole hillside that escaped the 2005 brush firesUp on Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #2 are a lot of ankle-high cactiThumbnailsLooking back toward my Pinto Valley campsite, I see a whole hillside that escaped the 2005 brush fires

Despite the smog, I can still sort of see Clark Mountain poking up in the distance.