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The old road leads me to a nice lookoff point from where I plot my next steps Getting closer back to the mouth of Old Dad Canyon, I walk up the hillside, following a grown-in former roadThumbnailsFrom a distance, I thought the rock in the foreground might be a natural arch, but the hole doesn't penetrate completelyGetting closer back to the mouth of Old Dad Canyon, I walk up the hillside, following a grown-in former roadThumbnailsFrom a distance, I thought the rock in the foreground might be a natural arch, but the hole doesn't penetrate completelyGetting closer back to the mouth of Old Dad Canyon, I walk up the hillside, following a grown-in former roadThumbnailsFrom a distance, I thought the rock in the foreground might be a natural arch, but the hole doesn't penetrate completelyGetting closer back to the mouth of Old Dad Canyon, I walk up the hillside, following a grown-in former roadThumbnailsFrom a distance, I thought the rock in the foreground might be a natural arch, but the hole doesn't penetrate completelyGetting closer back to the mouth of Old Dad Canyon, I walk up the hillside, following a grown-in former roadThumbnailsFrom a distance, I thought the rock in the foreground might be a natural arch, but the hole doesn't penetrate completely

I decide to walk back down to the canyon to check out the small eye-like outcrop at distant centre-right. Then I'll climb over the low hill to the next canyon and find a way over or around the mountains to the road leading up to the old Idora Mine claim.