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Camp is set up near Indian Springs! I begin dismantling my rig and setting up campThumbnailsWith an hour of daylight left, I walk up to the end of Indian Springs Road to explore a littleI begin dismantling my rig and setting up campThumbnailsWith an hour of daylight left, I walk up to the end of Indian Springs Road to explore a littleI begin dismantling my rig and setting up campThumbnailsWith an hour of daylight left, I walk up to the end of Indian Springs Road to explore a littleI begin dismantling my rig and setting up campThumbnailsWith an hour of daylight left, I walk up to the end of Indian Springs Road to explore a littleI begin dismantling my rig and setting up campThumbnailsWith an hour of daylight left, I walk up to the end of Indian Springs Road to explore a little

I'm not quite sure yet what to think of this spot. I generally don't like to camp at locations that are too obviously car-accessible.

I'm three miles away from the pavement of Kelbaker Road up a nondescript road, which is good, but the fact that this area has been used for garbage-dumping suggests that it might be more well-known than I'd like.

I'm hoping that most family-oriented folks have other things to do on Xmas day than dump their garbage in a remote corner of Mojave National Preserve where I'm camped out.