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The old remnant of a road ends here on the crest of the hill at a small mine shaft; I continue walking cross-country I see what looks like an old road up on the hill above, which is not on my mapsThumbnailsFrom the top of the next low ridge, I look for an easy descent down to the next washI see what looks like an old road up on the hill above, which is not on my mapsThumbnailsFrom the top of the next low ridge, I look for an easy descent down to the next washI see what looks like an old road up on the hill above, which is not on my mapsThumbnailsFrom the top of the next low ridge, I look for an easy descent down to the next washI see what looks like an old road up on the hill above, which is not on my mapsThumbnailsFrom the top of the next low ridge, I look for an easy descent down to the next washI see what looks like an old road up on the hill above, which is not on my mapsThumbnailsFrom the top of the next low ridge, I look for an easy descent down to the next wash

I continue hiking past the end of the road, down into the next wash, then up the next low ridge. I could have chosen a slightly longer, but easier, route that skirts the base of the hills down on the fan, but I like these little ups and downs.

I still don't see my tent down there; it must be hidden by some bushes.