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Boundary Peak Hike and Sketch

A grove of trees changing beautiful colors on the road up to Boundary Peak. Looked like a glimpse of New England in the Nevada desert. 

One of my favorite desert plants, but I don't know what it's called.  Seems to glow in the sunlight. 

We saw a couple people picking pine nuts on the way up. I enjoyed a few myself and covered my fingertips in sap. Loved it.  

We hiked to this register.  We didn't attempt the 3000ft.  elevation hike up the summit.   We met a man from Connecticut  who was getting ready to hike up. 

A few buildings still standing near the grove of colorful trees. I sat under a pinion pine and sketched.  All was quiet.   

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