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About 1.25 miles up the fan, the road enters Old Dad Canyon After a 3/4 mile walk down Old Kelso Road, I turn left at the junction to head up the fan and into Old Dad CanyonThumbnailsBarrel cacti grow in the rocks at the entrance to Old Dad CanyonAfter a 3/4 mile walk down Old Kelso Road, I turn left at the junction to head up the fan and into Old Dad CanyonThumbnailsBarrel cacti grow in the rocks at the entrance to Old Dad CanyonAfter a 3/4 mile walk down Old Kelso Road, I turn left at the junction to head up the fan and into Old Dad CanyonThumbnailsBarrel cacti grow in the rocks at the entrance to Old Dad CanyonAfter a 3/4 mile walk down Old Kelso Road, I turn left at the junction to head up the fan and into Old Dad CanyonThumbnailsBarrel cacti grow in the rocks at the entrance to Old Dad CanyonAfter a 3/4 mile walk down Old Kelso Road, I turn left at the junction to head up the fan and into Old Dad CanyonThumbnailsBarrel cacti grow in the rocks at the entrance to Old Dad Canyon

This seems to be the spot where motor vehicles stop and park, or turn around and retreat.