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As I leave Cornfield Spring, I think about camping up here some day here instead of pitching my tent so close to Kelso

As I leave Cornfield Spring, I think about camping up here some day here instead of pitching my tent so close to Kelso Looking north from the south side of the wash near Cornfield Spring, toward the old water pipe that leads to KelsoThumbnailsI follow the old pipe away from Cornfield Spring and back to the roadLooking north from the south side of the wash near Cornfield Spring, toward the old water pipe that leads to KelsoThumbnailsI follow the old pipe away from Cornfield Spring and back to the roadLooking north from the south side of the wash near Cornfield Spring, toward the old water pipe that leads to KelsoThumbnailsI follow the old pipe away from Cornfield Spring and back to the roadLooking north from the south side of the wash near Cornfield Spring, toward the old water pipe that leads to KelsoThumbnailsI follow the old pipe away from Cornfield Spring and back to the roadLooking north from the south side of the wash near Cornfield Spring, toward the old water pipe that leads to KelsoThumbnailsI follow the old pipe away from Cornfield Spring and back to the road

When I reached Kelso Depot at 18h yesterday, I was quite tired. I probably could have pushed myself and the 10-ton bike a bit further up Cornfield Spring Road, to allow for more hiking hours today, but that wasn't important to me at the time.