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I climb up an adjacent boulder pile at Coyote Springs to start my walk back to the tent 1/2 mile down the road

I climb up an adjacent boulder pile at Coyote Springs to start my walk back to the tent 1/2 mile down the road One flower that I'm surprised to find here at Coyote Springs is blue-eyed grass (sisyrinchium bellum)ThumbnailsI arrive back at my tent and prepare my backpack for the afternoon hike up to an old mine in the Bighorn Basin areaOne flower that I'm surprised to find here at Coyote Springs is blue-eyed grass (sisyrinchium bellum)ThumbnailsI arrive back at my tent and prepare my backpack for the afternoon hike up to an old mine in the Bighorn Basin areaOne flower that I'm surprised to find here at Coyote Springs is blue-eyed grass (sisyrinchium bellum)ThumbnailsI arrive back at my tent and prepare my backpack for the afternoon hike up to an old mine in the Bighorn Basin areaOne flower that I'm surprised to find here at Coyote Springs is blue-eyed grass (sisyrinchium bellum)ThumbnailsI arrive back at my tent and prepare my backpack for the afternoon hike up to an old mine in the Bighorn Basin areaOne flower that I'm surprised to find here at Coyote Springs is blue-eyed grass (sisyrinchium bellum)ThumbnailsI arrive back at my tent and prepare my backpack for the afternoon hike up to an old mine in the Bighorn Basin area

Camp is more or less to the right of the small hill protrudes from the left.

I don't have more time to explore here right now, but this area could make a good day hike, perhaps while also exploring nearby Twin Springs higher up in the hills, further up the road.