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The first part of Gold Valley Road passes through a meadow thick with mature sagebrush After a couple of miles, I reach the smaller "Gold Valley Road" on my left and leave Wild Horse Canyon RoadThumbnailsI pass a herd of cows on Gold Valley Road, with Table Mountain in the backgroundAfter a couple of miles, I reach the smaller "Gold Valley Road" on my left and leave Wild Horse Canyon RoadThumbnailsI pass a herd of cows on Gold Valley Road, with Table Mountain in the backgroundAfter a couple of miles, I reach the smaller "Gold Valley Road" on my left and leave Wild Horse Canyon RoadThumbnailsI pass a herd of cows on Gold Valley Road, with Table Mountain in the backgroundAfter a couple of miles, I reach the smaller "Gold Valley Road" on my left and leave Wild Horse Canyon RoadThumbnailsI pass a herd of cows on Gold Valley Road, with Table Mountain in the backgroundAfter a couple of miles, I reach the smaller "Gold Valley Road" on my left and leave Wild Horse Canyon RoadThumbnailsI pass a herd of cows on Gold Valley Road, with Table Mountain in the background

Amazingly, this relatively small tract of land survived the brush fires of 2005, which burned everything around it.