We were wet, cold and we could not believe that we made it off the top of the Pine Grove Mountains. I start off at the expanse below the Pine Grove Hills you can see how green it is as this area has not seen allot of water so the desert plant life absorbs it rather quickly. You can also see that its still raining fairly consistently therefore the lens keeps fogging up due to the moisture combined with the cold. Their is fog everywhere the roads are muddy and my main goal was to get back on the main road. I would have to drive through the desert to go around a washed out road and we would never feel so relieved to be back on pavement. Before we would squelch our adventure for the day I take our viewers up to a place called Cambridge. This also was a small mining camp but when Rockland's post office closed down many of the residents had gotten their mail delivered here. I cant say these stone ruins are anything other then a miners cabin a few folks told me that this was also the old post office. No less the site is historic and did have some ties with Rockland in the sense that Rockland's mail often went to Cambridge. Ill finish up the journey driving along the Pine Grove Mountains which are now covered in fog and yes even fresh snow where ill zoom in showing our viewers the very site we just escaped from perhaps in a knick of time! You do NOT want to be caught up in the Pine Grove Hills let alone Rockland during a storm its very dangerous.