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Lo and behold, I've just reached a full-fledged desert stream! My dirt road from Coyote Springs ends at dusk when I reach the Kelbaker Road "highway"ThumbnailsAfter a couple of miles on the power-line road, I locate the nearly invisible road that leaves on my right toward Coyote SpringsMy dirt road from Coyote Springs ends at dusk when I reach the Kelbaker Road "highway"ThumbnailsAfter a couple of miles on the power-line road, I locate the nearly invisible road that leaves on my right toward Coyote SpringsMy dirt road from Coyote Springs ends at dusk when I reach the Kelbaker Road "highway"ThumbnailsAfter a couple of miles on the power-line road, I locate the nearly invisible road that leaves on my right toward Coyote SpringsMy dirt road from Coyote Springs ends at dusk when I reach the Kelbaker Road "highway"ThumbnailsAfter a couple of miles on the power-line road, I locate the nearly invisible road that leaves on my right toward Coyote SpringsMy dirt road from Coyote Springs ends at dusk when I reach the Kelbaker Road "highway"ThumbnailsAfter a couple of miles on the power-line road, I locate the nearly invisible road that leaves on my right toward Coyote Springs

I'm suddenly thrilled. I wasn't expecting to find so much water. Since I had never read anything about Coyote Springs, I figured that there might be a small seep here at most, with a negligible amount of water.