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Pumping water at Indian Springs Before packing up, I head back up to Indian Springs 1/2 mile up the road to refill my drinking-water supplyThumbnailsDismantling the tent; time to move on and continue my bikepacking tripBefore packing up, I head back up to Indian Springs 1/2 mile up the road to refill my drinking-water supplyThumbnailsDismantling the tent; time to move on and continue my bikepacking tripBefore packing up, I head back up to Indian Springs 1/2 mile up the road to refill my drinking-water supplyThumbnailsDismantling the tent; time to move on and continue my bikepacking tripBefore packing up, I head back up to Indian Springs 1/2 mile up the road to refill my drinking-water supplyThumbnailsDismantling the tent; time to move on and continue my bikepacking tripBefore packing up, I head back up to Indian Springs 1/2 mile up the road to refill my drinking-water supplyThumbnailsDismantling the tent; time to move on and continue my bikepacking trip

I refill all my containers: four 1.5-litre water bottles, two-litre Camelbak, and 10-litre MSR water bag, all of which weighs almost 40 pounds when full! There will be no water at today's destination: Devil's Playground.

The high level of particulate matter in this tiny stream requires that I clean my MSR water filter five times while filtering water due to clogging.