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Pine Spring Rd gets sandier and is heading slightly uphill again, so I look for a campsite; I think I may have found one

Pine Spring Rd gets sandier and is heading slightly uphill again, so I look for a campsite; I think I may have found one Joshua trees poke up above the shade line to collect the sunset light along Pine Spring Road, McCullough MountainsThumbnailsI set up my tent and enjoy the full moon that has risen before sunsetJoshua trees poke up above the shade line to collect the sunset light along Pine Spring Road, McCullough MountainsThumbnailsI set up my tent and enjoy the full moon that has risen before sunsetJoshua trees poke up above the shade line to collect the sunset light along Pine Spring Road, McCullough MountainsThumbnailsI set up my tent and enjoy the full moon that has risen before sunsetJoshua trees poke up above the shade line to collect the sunset light along Pine Spring Road, McCullough MountainsThumbnailsI set up my tent and enjoy the full moon that has risen before sunsetJoshua trees poke up above the shade line to collect the sunset light along Pine Spring Road, McCullough MountainsThumbnailsI set up my tent and enjoy the full moon that has risen before sunset

I need a significant windbreak due to the almost-stormy winds. It turns out that over by that juniper tree against the low hill is just barely enough room between plants for a good campsite. I dismantle the 10-ton bike and walk my belongings over there.