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I think I'm at Cane Spring, but maybe not; Cane Spring might be over in the next wash The wash forks and gets narrower, then I stumble across these bonesThumbnailsJust beyond Cane Spring, I come across more surface iceThe wash forks and gets narrower, then I stumble across these bonesThumbnailsJust beyond Cane Spring, I come across more surface iceThe wash forks and gets narrower, then I stumble across these bonesThumbnailsJust beyond Cane Spring, I come across more surface iceThe wash forks and gets narrower, then I stumble across these bonesThumbnailsJust beyond Cane Spring, I come across more surface iceThe wash forks and gets narrower, then I stumble across these bonesThumbnailsJust beyond Cane Spring, I come across more surface ice

There's a small pool of water here and it looks like the water lasts a while. The plants here are softer than the tougher, drier plants I've seen elsewhere in this wash system so far. - There's a small pool of water here and it looks like the water lasts a while. The plants here are softer than the tougher, drier plants I've seen elsewhere in this wash system so far.

I don't have a detailed topo map (or GPS) to check exactly where I am, and I haven't been paying very close attention to where I'm going.

One of the easy things about hiking a up a wash system like this is that the route back to the start is easy to figure out (just walk back down and follow any forks that head downward).