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Looking north from the south side of the wash near Cornfield Spring, toward the old water pipe that leads to Kelso

Looking north from the south side of the wash near Cornfield Spring, toward the old water pipe that leads to Kelso Remnant of old switchback road near Cornfield Spring, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsAs I leave Cornfield Spring, I think about camping up here some day here instead of pitching my tent so close to KelsoRemnant of old switchback road near Cornfield Spring, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsAs I leave Cornfield Spring, I think about camping up here some day here instead of pitching my tent so close to KelsoRemnant of old switchback road near Cornfield Spring, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsAs I leave Cornfield Spring, I think about camping up here some day here instead of pitching my tent so close to KelsoRemnant of old switchback road near Cornfield Spring, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsAs I leave Cornfield Spring, I think about camping up here some day here instead of pitching my tent so close to KelsoRemnant of old switchback road near Cornfield Spring, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsAs I leave Cornfield Spring, I think about camping up here some day here instead of pitching my tent so close to Kelso

I'm going to follow that old pipe back to Cornfield Spring Road and return to camp the same way I arrived. I would like to explore the remnants of the old road on the south side of the wash, but it gets dark early at this time of year.