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And voilà, here it is: what's left of the old road to Bolder Spring Parts of this fan host fewer creosote bushes than usual, allowing many tufts of ankle-low grasses to growThumbnailsSome of the buckwheats growing around here look rather oldParts of this fan host fewer creosote bushes than usual, allowing many tufts of ankle-low grasses to growThumbnailsSome of the buckwheats growing around here look rather oldParts of this fan host fewer creosote bushes than usual, allowing many tufts of ankle-low grasses to growThumbnailsSome of the buckwheats growing around here look rather oldParts of this fan host fewer creosote bushes than usual, allowing many tufts of ankle-low grasses to growThumbnailsSome of the buckwheats growing around here look rather oldParts of this fan host fewer creosote bushes than usual, allowing many tufts of ankle-low grasses to growThumbnailsSome of the buckwheats growing around here look rather old

I'll head east up the road toward the mountains. Bolder Spring is located somewhere about a mile up the road.

This road is in a Wilderness area, not open to motor vehicles, and hasn't been driven in years.