As we crested the ridgeline, we noticed Black Pine Peak about a half mile to the south. Had we had the time (considering the weather window we had), we would have gone over there but Black Pine Peak is a few feet lower than the Black Pine range highpoint, Black Peak, so we headed north instead. You can see a structure that sits on the peak. For a closer view, go to the Dan Robbins report that is on the main page. He has a great pic of it.
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