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It's time to prepare the bicycle for a ride down to Hole-in-the-Wall campground, where I can recharge my cell phone

It's time to prepare the bicycle for a ride down to Hole-in-the-Wall campground, where I can recharge my cell phone I remember seeing patches of these small, daisy-like flowers when I was here last yearThumbnailsJust before noon, I leave Mid Hills campground and ride down Wild Horse Canyon Road without the weight of my camping baggageI remember seeing patches of these small, daisy-like flowers when I was here last yearThumbnailsJust before noon, I leave Mid Hills campground and ride down Wild Horse Canyon Road without the weight of my camping baggageI remember seeing patches of these small, daisy-like flowers when I was here last yearThumbnailsJust before noon, I leave Mid Hills campground and ride down Wild Horse Canyon Road without the weight of my camping baggageI remember seeing patches of these small, daisy-like flowers when I was here last yearThumbnailsJust before noon, I leave Mid Hills campground and ride down Wild Horse Canyon Road without the weight of my camping baggageI remember seeing patches of these small, daisy-like flowers when I was here last yearThumbnailsJust before noon, I leave Mid Hills campground and ride down Wild Horse Canyon Road without the weight of my camping baggage

I don't need to carry a lot of water, since I can fill up there, but I do need to bring items like warm clothing for later, snacks, a spare tube in case of a flat tire, and epipens in case of yellowjacket sting.