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OK, I admit it--I'm lost, but not totally Where am I?ThumbnailsI nervously hike cross-country by flashlight toward the lights of Baker, in search of the road back to my tentWhere am I?ThumbnailsI nervously hike cross-country by flashlight toward the lights of Baker, in search of the road back to my tentWhere am I?ThumbnailsI nervously hike cross-country by flashlight toward the lights of Baker, in search of the road back to my tentWhere am I?ThumbnailsI nervously hike cross-country by flashlight toward the lights of Baker, in search of the road back to my tentWhere am I?ThumbnailsI nervously hike cross-country by flashlight toward the lights of Baker, in search of the road back to my tent

I unexpectedly see the lights of Baker off in the distance. It seems that Eyeball Rock Wash drains toward Kelbaker Road and not toward Indian Springs Road. - It seems that Eyeball Rock Wash drains toward Kelbaker Road and not toward Indian Springs Road as I presumed.

I can see the lights of Baker off in the distance, which makes me think I'm somewhere on the fan between Kelbaker Road and the hills west of Indian Springs.

If this is correct, I should be able to hike cross-country northward toward Baker and cross Indian Springs Road soon enough. From there, I will be able to hike up the road to my tent.

Good thing I brought my flashlight... It's getting dark fast and the wonderful full moon won't rise to illuminate my surroundings until later in the evening.