This was taken at the end of the asphalt road that leads to the salt flats. About 100 feet
(31m) to the right, one can drive from asphalt onto salt without a halt or a fault. Tetzlaff
Peak, a mountain that captured my imagination in 2002, calls to me repeatedly. Reaching its
summit is only a dream, as my fear of heights prevents my ascending the final "pitch,"
but scrambling to the summit ridge via a new route was fun.
The view of the salt flats from near the summit is nice: http://www.pbase.com/listorama/image/59910901 .
From the broad gully below and to the right of the summit, the
view is so: http://www.pbase.com/listorama/image/71972948 .