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I'd like to hike further up the canyon and over the hill to the other side of the New York Mountains if I had time Just around the bend, I locate Butcher Knife Spring and get to the business of pumping some water into my near-empty CamelbakThumbnailsA rattlesnake startles me as I approach this big boulder along the Butcher Knife Canyon streamJust around the bend, I locate Butcher Knife Spring and get to the business of pumping some water into my near-empty CamelbakThumbnailsA rattlesnake startles me as I approach this big boulder along the Butcher Knife Canyon streamJust around the bend, I locate Butcher Knife Spring and get to the business of pumping some water into my near-empty CamelbakThumbnailsA rattlesnake startles me as I approach this big boulder along the Butcher Knife Canyon streamJust around the bend, I locate Butcher Knife Spring and get to the business of pumping some water into my near-empty CamelbakThumbnailsA rattlesnake startles me as I approach this big boulder along the Butcher Knife Canyon streamJust around the bend, I locate Butcher Knife Spring and get to the business of pumping some water into my near-empty CamelbakThumbnailsA rattlesnake startles me as I approach this big boulder along the Butcher Knife Canyon stream

Instead, I turn around after filtering water and start the hike back to my campsite a couple of miles down the fan.