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I exit the Wilderness boundary and return to my bike at the Coyote Springs campsite The road to Coyote Springs ends at a cul-de-sac, a small stone fire ring, and Wilderness-barrier postsThumbnailsThe old Coyote Springs Road obviously continues beyond the Wilderness-barrier posts, so I park my bike here and walk onwardThe road to Coyote Springs ends at a cul-de-sac, a small stone fire ring, and Wilderness-barrier postsThumbnailsThe old Coyote Springs Road obviously continues beyond the Wilderness-barrier posts, so I park my bike here and walk onwardThe road to Coyote Springs ends at a cul-de-sac, a small stone fire ring, and Wilderness-barrier postsThumbnailsThe old Coyote Springs Road obviously continues beyond the Wilderness-barrier posts, so I park my bike here and walk onwardThe road to Coyote Springs ends at a cul-de-sac, a small stone fire ring, and Wilderness-barrier postsThumbnailsThe old Coyote Springs Road obviously continues beyond the Wilderness-barrier posts, so I park my bike here and walk onwardThe road to Coyote Springs ends at a cul-de-sac, a small stone fire ring, and Wilderness-barrier postsThumbnailsThe old Coyote Springs Road obviously continues beyond the Wilderness-barrier posts, so I park my bike here and walk onward

This would be a great place to camp, although I can feel heavy cold humidity right here right now.