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From the Mid Hills campground overlook are open views across to Cima Dome I walk over toward the campground's overlook and stop at the campsite where "the other bicyclist" said he was campingThumbnailsI remember seeing patches of these small, daisy-like flowers when I was here last yearI walk over toward the campground's overlook and stop at the campsite where "the other bicyclist" said he was campingThumbnailsI remember seeing patches of these small, daisy-like flowers when I was here last yearI walk over toward the campground's overlook and stop at the campsite where "the other bicyclist" said he was campingThumbnailsI remember seeing patches of these small, daisy-like flowers when I was here last yearI walk over toward the campground's overlook and stop at the campsite where "the other bicyclist" said he was campingThumbnailsI remember seeing patches of these small, daisy-like flowers when I was here last yearI walk over toward the campground's overlook and stop at the campsite where "the other bicyclist" said he was campingThumbnailsI remember seeing patches of these small, daisy-like flowers when I was here last year

It's really windy up here, so I'm glad I'm not camping on this side of the campground. I can see Clark Mountain in the distance off to the right, and Cima Road climbing the hill in front of me.