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I walk back downstream to look for a good location to stop and filter some water The Coyote Springs area becomes more picturesque as I continue up the old roadThumbnailsHeading up this sandy road, I notice a plastic pipe along the shoulderThe Coyote Springs area becomes more picturesque as I continue up the old roadThumbnailsHeading up this sandy road, I notice a plastic pipe along the shoulderThe Coyote Springs area becomes more picturesque as I continue up the old roadThumbnailsHeading up this sandy road, I notice a plastic pipe along the shoulderThe Coyote Springs area becomes more picturesque as I continue up the old roadThumbnailsHeading up this sandy road, I notice a plastic pipe along the shoulderThe Coyote Springs area becomes more picturesque as I continue up the old roadThumbnailsHeading up this sandy road, I notice a plastic pipe along the shoulder

This step is optional; I still have water back at my campsite and I can refill with Kelso Depot tap water when passing by tomorrow. But it's always more rewarding to filter my own water off the land.