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I follow the old pipe away from Cornfield Spring and back to the road As I leave Cornfield Spring, I think about camping up here some day here instead of pitching my tent so close to KelsoThumbnailsExcellent end-of-day light on the Providence Mountains as I walk up a steep hill to avoid one of the switchbacks on the roadAs I leave Cornfield Spring, I think about camping up here some day here instead of pitching my tent so close to KelsoThumbnailsExcellent end-of-day light on the Providence Mountains as I walk up a steep hill to avoid one of the switchbacks on the roadAs I leave Cornfield Spring, I think about camping up here some day here instead of pitching my tent so close to KelsoThumbnailsExcellent end-of-day light on the Providence Mountains as I walk up a steep hill to avoid one of the switchbacks on the roadAs I leave Cornfield Spring, I think about camping up here some day here instead of pitching my tent so close to KelsoThumbnailsExcellent end-of-day light on the Providence Mountains as I walk up a steep hill to avoid one of the switchbacks on the roadAs I leave Cornfield Spring, I think about camping up here some day here instead of pitching my tent so close to KelsoThumbnailsExcellent end-of-day light on the Providence Mountains as I walk up a steep hill to avoid one of the switchbacks on the road

On the way to Cornfield Spring, I learned that the land around the pipe is quite eroded, so I'm trying to stay well above the pipe on the way back.