Pretty ecstatic about this one. Followed the Goat Camp Trail for about 5 and a half miles and then went west onto an old Jeep trail that seems to be popular in the summit registry. Said trail leads up to the service road which takes you to a couple different peaks.
Goat Camp Trail levels out shortly after mile 3 and it's cake after that. The Jeep trail was a lot more obvious than I had expected it to be. Someone had set up a small cairn (probably fallen over), but it wasn't as noticeable from my direction as it would have been if I was coming from the Mesquite Trail - Didn't see it until I was on my way out. Either way, the trail isn't hard to spot and compared to some of the terrain on GCT, it was a breeze. The service road is a little steep in some places, at least I thought so. Once again, it's nothing compared to some of the earlier terrain. As for the top, solitude is really all I have to say.
With about 5 miles to go, I had less than a liter of water left. Ran out with maybe a mile and a half to go.
106 degrees and no water, not my finest hour. Lesson(s) learned!