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South Summit of Mount Jefferson surrounded by thuderstorms.
Nevada

The end result of a long morning hiking up to the South Summit of Mt. Jefferson in Nevada.  Just shy of 12,000 feet, it is one of the highest points in the state.  With lightning on three sides, we didn't stick around!

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