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I set up camp next to a juniper tree, hoping that it might provide a bit of a wind break should I need it

I set up camp next to a juniper tree, hoping that it might provide a bit of a wind break should I need it I have to laugh while walking around my new campsite; I discover that I'm at the end of Castle Peaks Road without realizing itThumbnails Since I'm between a couple of hills, I don't get to see a full sunset here at the end of Castle Peaks RoadI have to laugh while walking around my new campsite; I discover that I'm at the end of Castle Peaks Road without realizing itThumbnails Since I'm between a couple of hills, I don't get to see a full sunset here at the end of Castle Peaks RoadI have to laugh while walking around my new campsite; I discover that I'm at the end of Castle Peaks Road without realizing itThumbnails Since I'm between a couple of hills, I don't get to see a full sunset here at the end of Castle Peaks RoadI have to laugh while walking around my new campsite; I discover that I'm at the end of Castle Peaks Road without realizing itThumbnails Since I'm between a couple of hills, I don't get to see a full sunset here at the end of Castle Peaks RoadI have to laugh while walking around my new campsite; I discover that I'm at the end of Castle Peaks Road without realizing itThumbnails Since I'm between a couple of hills, I don't get to see a full sunset here at the end of Castle Peaks Road

I haven't seen any people since leaving Walking Box Ranch Road a few hours ago, and hopefully it will stay that way while I'm here! I'll be camping here at least one more night, possibly two.