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After refilling my water, I notice a faint road rising slowly to the right of a hill ahead of me This sandy road-in-a-wash ends after a couple of miles and the rest of it ahead is blocked Wilderness barrier postsThumbnailsOn the road to Coyote Springs at the base of the Granite MountainsThis sandy road-in-a-wash ends after a couple of miles and the rest of it ahead is blocked Wilderness barrier postsThumbnailsOn the road to Coyote Springs at the base of the Granite MountainsThis sandy road-in-a-wash ends after a couple of miles and the rest of it ahead is blocked Wilderness barrier postsThumbnailsOn the road to Coyote Springs at the base of the Granite MountainsThis sandy road-in-a-wash ends after a couple of miles and the rest of it ahead is blocked Wilderness barrier postsThumbnailsOn the road to Coyote Springs at the base of the Granite MountainsThis sandy road-in-a-wash ends after a couple of miles and the rest of it ahead is blocked Wilderness barrier postsThumbnailsOn the road to Coyote Springs at the base of the Granite Mountains

Gee, I wish I had more time today; I'd like to follow that old road up into the mountains. Something else to add to my list of possible destinations for a future Mojave National Preserve trip.