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Approaching Bull Canyon, I'm happy when I stumble upon an animal trail like this one, to help me navigate the rocky terrain

Approaching Bull Canyon, I'm happy when I stumble upon an animal trail like this one, to help me navigate the rocky terrain Now that I'm about 1.25 miles up the rocky fan and 300 feet higher, the Kelso Dunes create a contrasty backdrop behind meThumbnailsBurned desert willow (chilopsis linearis) in Bull Canyon wash, Mojave National PreserveNow that I'm about 1.25 miles up the rocky fan and 300 feet higher, the Kelso Dunes create a contrasty backdrop behind meThumbnailsBurned desert willow (chilopsis linearis) in Bull Canyon wash, Mojave National PreserveNow that I'm about 1.25 miles up the rocky fan and 300 feet higher, the Kelso Dunes create a contrasty backdrop behind meThumbnailsBurned desert willow (chilopsis linearis) in Bull Canyon wash, Mojave National PreserveNow that I'm about 1.25 miles up the rocky fan and 300 feet higher, the Kelso Dunes create a contrasty backdrop behind meThumbnailsBurned desert willow (chilopsis linearis) in Bull Canyon wash, Mojave National PreserveNow that I'm about 1.25 miles up the rocky fan and 300 feet higher, the Kelso Dunes create a contrasty backdrop behind meThumbnailsBurned desert willow (chilopsis linearis) in Bull Canyon wash, Mojave National Preserve

These animal trails vanish sometimes as quickly as they appear, but they're always helpful whenever I find them.