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Mississippi Lake itself behind the tent. Morning at Mississippi Lake with a bit of shade thanks to the ramada.ThumbnailsBear Spring Road heads northward away from Mississippi Lake.Morning at Mississippi Lake with a bit of shade thanks to the ramada.ThumbnailsBear Spring Road heads northward away from Mississippi Lake.Morning at Mississippi Lake with a bit of shade thanks to the ramada.ThumbnailsBear Spring Road heads northward away from Mississippi Lake.Morning at Mississippi Lake with a bit of shade thanks to the ramada.ThumbnailsBear Spring Road heads northward away from Mississippi Lake.Morning at Mississippi Lake with a bit of shade thanks to the ramada.ThumbnailsBear Spring Road heads northward away from Mississippi Lake.

Mississippi Lake itself behind the tent. The water here, even after being filtered, tastes like grass and algae, unless it's chilled. I had hoped to venture onward today to the Mustang Flat area, but I'm exhausted from yesterday's trek to get here and not ready for another long bike ride today. Instead, I decide it's time for a short ride to Bear Spring a mile away to fill up with some better-tasting water.