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The bugs seem especially fond of these plants There are hundreds, if not thousands, of these bugs playing here in the middle of the road to Coyote SpringsThumbnailsThe last little bit of road up to the campsite is a bit washed outThere are hundreds, if not thousands, of these bugs playing here in the middle of the road to Coyote SpringsThumbnailsThe last little bit of road up to the campsite is a bit washed outThere are hundreds, if not thousands, of these bugs playing here in the middle of the road to Coyote SpringsThumbnailsThe last little bit of road up to the campsite is a bit washed outThere are hundreds, if not thousands, of these bugs playing here in the middle of the road to Coyote SpringsThumbnailsThe last little bit of road up to the campsite is a bit washed outThere are hundreds, if not thousands, of these bugs playing here in the middle of the road to Coyote SpringsThumbnailsThe last little bit of road up to the campsite is a bit washed out

My campsite for the night is just down the road, so I'm hoping that these bugs haven't claimed it. Of course, it's not just bugs I need to worry about; other humans may also have claimed my campsite.

It's Saturday night, when Preserve visitation is at its peak, and this site is fairly close to a main road.