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I'll walk over to the high point of Bathtub Spring Peak, that big rocky lump ahead It's a steep drop from Bathtub Spring Peak down to the badlands belowThumbnailsLooking across Ivanpah Valley from Bathtub Spring Peak, I can make out a distant road leading up into the Ivanpah MountainsIt's a steep drop from Bathtub Spring Peak down to the badlands belowThumbnailsLooking across Ivanpah Valley from Bathtub Spring Peak, I can make out a distant road leading up into the Ivanpah MountainsIt's a steep drop from Bathtub Spring Peak down to the badlands belowThumbnailsLooking across Ivanpah Valley from Bathtub Spring Peak, I can make out a distant road leading up into the Ivanpah MountainsIt's a steep drop from Bathtub Spring Peak down to the badlands belowThumbnailsLooking across Ivanpah Valley from Bathtub Spring Peak, I can make out a distant road leading up into the Ivanpah MountainsIt's a steep drop from Bathtub Spring Peak down to the badlands belowThumbnailsLooking across Ivanpah Valley from Bathtub Spring Peak, I can make out a distant road leading up into the Ivanpah Mountains

The elevation is around 5300 feet there. Of course, it's windy up here. The only other sound is that hawk screeching, wherever he is right now. My cell phone works here, so I send a couple of text messages.