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The old road crosses the dry creek here in the grasses and then begins its ascent up the hillside A few desert dudleya grow in the rocks along the old roadThumbnailsToday, some moisture, mud and algae remain in the otherwise-dry creek at North Coyote SpringsA few desert dudleya grow in the rocks along the old roadThumbnailsToday, some moisture, mud and algae remain in the otherwise-dry creek at North Coyote SpringsA few desert dudleya grow in the rocks along the old roadThumbnailsToday, some moisture, mud and algae remain in the otherwise-dry creek at North Coyote SpringsA few desert dudleya grow in the rocks along the old roadThumbnailsToday, some moisture, mud and algae remain in the otherwise-dry creek at North Coyote SpringsA few desert dudleya grow in the rocks along the old roadThumbnailsToday, some moisture, mud and algae remain in the otherwise-dry creek at North Coyote Springs

Vegetation is now growing in the old road, which is still visible in the centre-left if you look closely.