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Bugs abound at Keystone Spring, as happy to have water as I am Looking closer, Keystone Spring seems to be semi-stagnantThumbnails I cautiously approach the spring to test the yellow jackets, and then pump water to fill my Camelbak and water bottlesLooking closer, Keystone Spring seems to be semi-stagnantThumbnails I cautiously approach the spring to test the yellow jackets, and then pump water to fill my Camelbak and water bottlesLooking closer, Keystone Spring seems to be semi-stagnantThumbnails I cautiously approach the spring to test the yellow jackets, and then pump water to fill my Camelbak and water bottlesLooking closer, Keystone Spring seems to be semi-stagnantThumbnails I cautiously approach the spring to test the yellow jackets, and then pump water to fill my Camelbak and water bottlesLooking closer, Keystone Spring seems to be semi-stagnantThumbnails I cautiously approach the spring to test the yellow jackets, and then pump water to fill my Camelbak and water bottles

My main concern is the many yellow jackets that are buzzing around the water. I'm highly allergic to those things. A yellow-jacket sting sent me to the emergency room last summer, but there are no emergency rooms in this part of the Mojave Desert.