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I pluck a few items out of the mess inside my tent and stuff them into my backpack for the day's hike Old cattle-watering trough in the abandoned corral below Butcher Knife Canyon, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsI begin the hike up the road to Cottonwood Canyon and Cottonwood Spring, at the base of the New York MountainsOld cattle-watering trough in the abandoned corral below Butcher Knife Canyon, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsI begin the hike up the road to Cottonwood Canyon and Cottonwood Spring, at the base of the New York MountainsOld cattle-watering trough in the abandoned corral below Butcher Knife Canyon, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsI begin the hike up the road to Cottonwood Canyon and Cottonwood Spring, at the base of the New York MountainsOld cattle-watering trough in the abandoned corral below Butcher Knife Canyon, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsI begin the hike up the road to Cottonwood Canyon and Cottonwood Spring, at the base of the New York MountainsOld cattle-watering trough in the abandoned corral below Butcher Knife Canyon, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsI begin the hike up the road to Cottonwood Canyon and Cottonwood Spring, at the base of the New York Mountains

My day pack includes the usual items (water, water filter, extra bottle, batteries, tripod, energy bars, apricots, and epipens in case of wasp sting), except for a flashlight, which I'm sure I won't need for some reason.