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I begin the hike up the road to Cottonwood Canyon and Cottonwood Spring, at the base of the New York Mountains I pluck a few items out of the mess inside my tent and stuff them into my backpack for the day's hikeThumbnailsErosion on the old road to Cottonwood Canyon has exposed some old rubber piping that had been buried under the roadI pluck a few items out of the mess inside my tent and stuff them into my backpack for the day's hikeThumbnailsErosion on the old road to Cottonwood Canyon has exposed some old rubber piping that had been buried under the roadI pluck a few items out of the mess inside my tent and stuff them into my backpack for the day's hikeThumbnailsErosion on the old road to Cottonwood Canyon has exposed some old rubber piping that had been buried under the roadI pluck a few items out of the mess inside my tent and stuff them into my backpack for the day's hikeThumbnailsErosion on the old road to Cottonwood Canyon has exposed some old rubber piping that had been buried under the roadI pluck a few items out of the mess inside my tent and stuff them into my backpack for the day's hikeThumbnailsErosion on the old road to Cottonwood Canyon has exposed some old rubber piping that had been buried under the road

I'll walk about two miles to reach Cottonwood Spring. At this time of year, there's a good chance that the spring might still be flowing, so I've brought my water filter and two empty bottles in case I can get some water there. I could use the extra water because I drank more yesterday on the way here than expected.