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There doesn't seem to be more water to discover in Cottonwood Canyon, so I climb up a small hill for a break with nice views Apparently, this dripping water is the source of Cottonwood SpringThumbnailsCottonwood Spring is aptly named since this cottonwood tree lives hereApparently, this dripping water is the source of Cottonwood SpringThumbnailsCottonwood Spring is aptly named since this cottonwood tree lives hereApparently, this dripping water is the source of Cottonwood SpringThumbnailsCottonwood Spring is aptly named since this cottonwood tree lives hereApparently, this dripping water is the source of Cottonwood SpringThumbnailsCottonwood Spring is aptly named since this cottonwood tree lives hereApparently, this dripping water is the source of Cottonwood SpringThumbnailsCottonwood Spring is aptly named since this cottonwood tree lives here

My tent is about two miles down below. The high peak in the background is Clark Mountain, the highest point of Mojave National Preserve, which I haven't gotten around to exploring yet.