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I pass a herd of cows on Gold Valley Road, with Table Mountain in the background The first part of Gold Valley Road passes through a meadow thick with mature sagebrushThumbnailsThe bovines along Gold Valley Road look at me for a momentThe first part of Gold Valley Road passes through a meadow thick with mature sagebrushThumbnailsThe bovines along Gold Valley Road look at me for a momentThe first part of Gold Valley Road passes through a meadow thick with mature sagebrushThumbnailsThe bovines along Gold Valley Road look at me for a momentThe first part of Gold Valley Road passes through a meadow thick with mature sagebrushThumbnailsThe bovines along Gold Valley Road look at me for a momentThe first part of Gold Valley Road passes through a meadow thick with mature sagebrushThumbnailsThe bovines along Gold Valley Road look at me for a moment

Most of the greenery in the burned landscape here is Antelope brush (Purshia tridentata), which is sprouting from its roots after the 2005 brush fires here.