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A fork in the road! The road is almost non-existent in this part of Keystone CanyonThumbnailsI spot an old cistern along the roadThe road is almost non-existent in this part of Keystone CanyonThumbnailsI spot an old cistern along the roadThe road is almost non-existent in this part of Keystone CanyonThumbnailsI spot an old cistern along the roadThe road is almost non-existent in this part of Keystone CanyonThumbnailsI spot an old cistern along the roadThe road is almost non-existent in this part of Keystone CanyonThumbnailsI spot an old cistern along the road

The right fork rises up a hill toward Live Oak Canyon and Bronze Mine Spring, while the left fork (my route) continues toward Keystone Spring and New York Mountain. Not visible in the photo are the tire tracks which leave Keystone Canyon and rise up the road toward Live Oak Canyon.