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Today, some moisture, mud and algae remain in the otherwise-dry creek at North Coyote Springs The old road crosses the dry creek here in the grasses and then begins its ascent up the hillsideThumbnailsThe road rises steeply up from the North Coyote Springs creek; I look behind me to see how much I've risen in such a short timeThe old road crosses the dry creek here in the grasses and then begins its ascent up the hillsideThumbnailsThe road rises steeply up from the North Coyote Springs creek; I look behind me to see how much I've risen in such a short timeThe old road crosses the dry creek here in the grasses and then begins its ascent up the hillsideThumbnailsThe road rises steeply up from the North Coyote Springs creek; I look behind me to see how much I've risen in such a short timeThe old road crosses the dry creek here in the grasses and then begins its ascent up the hillsideThumbnailsThe road rises steeply up from the North Coyote Springs creek; I look behind me to see how much I've risen in such a short timeThe old road crosses the dry creek here in the grasses and then begins its ascent up the hillsideThumbnailsThe road rises steeply up from the North Coyote Springs creek; I look behind me to see how much I've risen in such a short time

When I was here during my Xmas 2007 trip, this stream was flowing with fresh water. I thought that this was Coyote Springs, unaware that the real Coyote Springs is a little further up the road.