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Partway down the hill, I look behind me and see that I've already dropped below that mine shaft over on the other hill I've found my route down: I'll tiptoe down the hill on the left side of the drainage in front of meThumbnailsA desert dudleya (perhaps Dudleya saxosa) pokes out from behind a rock on the way down the hillsideI've found my route down: I'll tiptoe down the hill on the left side of the drainage in front of meThumbnailsA desert dudleya (perhaps Dudleya saxosa) pokes out from behind a rock on the way down the hillsideI've found my route down: I'll tiptoe down the hill on the left side of the drainage in front of meThumbnailsA desert dudleya (perhaps Dudleya saxosa) pokes out from behind a rock on the way down the hillsideI've found my route down: I'll tiptoe down the hill on the left side of the drainage in front of meThumbnailsA desert dudleya (perhaps Dudleya saxosa) pokes out from behind a rock on the way down the hillsideI've found my route down: I'll tiptoe down the hill on the left side of the drainage in front of meThumbnailsA desert dudleya (perhaps Dudleya saxosa) pokes out from behind a rock on the way down the hillside

It might be worth climbing up to that old mine shaft, but my real reason for descending the north side of this hill here is to visit two small mine relics below just off the north fork of Globe Mine Road.