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Cholla cactus along the old Coyote Springs Road This final piece of the road to Coyote Springs is a little rocky, but has fresh tire tracksThumbnailsThe road to Coyote Springs ends at a cul-de-sac, a small stone fire ring, and Wilderness-barrier postsThis final piece of the road to Coyote Springs is a little rocky, but has fresh tire tracksThumbnailsThe road to Coyote Springs ends at a cul-de-sac, a small stone fire ring, and Wilderness-barrier postsThis final piece of the road to Coyote Springs is a little rocky, but has fresh tire tracksThumbnailsThe road to Coyote Springs ends at a cul-de-sac, a small stone fire ring, and Wilderness-barrier postsThis final piece of the road to Coyote Springs is a little rocky, but has fresh tire tracksThumbnailsThe road to Coyote Springs ends at a cul-de-sac, a small stone fire ring, and Wilderness-barrier postsThis final piece of the road to Coyote Springs is a little rocky, but has fresh tire tracksThumbnailsThe road to Coyote Springs ends at a cul-de-sac, a small stone fire ring, and Wilderness-barrier posts

Many chollas dot this area. I always try to keep a safe distance from these spiky guys, who have the reputation of stabbing innocent passers-by.