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I decide to follow the old range fence for a while as I start my way back down to Pinto Valley Several Claret-cup cacti up here on the Cliff Canyon Spring Peaks are bloomingThumbnailsI pass by a few junipers and see that I'm descending into an unusually green-looking little upland valleySeveral Claret-cup cacti up here on the Cliff Canyon Spring Peaks are bloomingThumbnailsI pass by a few junipers and see that I'm descending into an unusually green-looking little upland valleySeveral Claret-cup cacti up here on the Cliff Canyon Spring Peaks are bloomingThumbnailsI pass by a few junipers and see that I'm descending into an unusually green-looking little upland valleySeveral Claret-cup cacti up here on the Cliff Canyon Spring Peaks are bloomingThumbnailsI pass by a few junipers and see that I'm descending into an unusually green-looking little upland valleySeveral Claret-cup cacti up here on the Cliff Canyon Spring Peaks are bloomingThumbnailsI pass by a few junipers and see that I'm descending into an unusually green-looking little upland valley

I'm following a different saddle on the way down. With so much to explore out here, there's no point following the same route back to camp that I used to get up here. The New York Mountains peak on my left is Drum Peak.