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I keep riding along the edge of the Wee Thump Wilderness after passing another guzzler (same model as the last one I saw)

I keep riding along the edge of the Wee Thump Wilderness after passing another guzzler (same model as the last one I saw) This Mojave aster, growing at the edge of a creosote bush, still has a few fresh flowersThumbnailsThis part of the Wee Thump Wilderness road sports some pink buckwheat bloomsThis Mojave aster, growing at the edge of a creosote bush, still has a few fresh flowersThumbnailsThis part of the Wee Thump Wilderness road sports some pink buckwheat bloomsThis Mojave aster, growing at the edge of a creosote bush, still has a few fresh flowersThumbnailsThis part of the Wee Thump Wilderness road sports some pink buckwheat bloomsThis Mojave aster, growing at the edge of a creosote bush, still has a few fresh flowersThumbnailsThis part of the Wee Thump Wilderness road sports some pink buckwheat bloomsThis Mojave aster, growing at the edge of a creosote bush, still has a few fresh flowersThumbnailsThis part of the Wee Thump Wilderness road sports some pink buckwheat blooms

The sky has cleared up, and most of the dark clouds have departed, but it's still a very windy day.