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From the top of the next low ridge, I look for an easy descent down to the next wash The old remnant of a road ends here on the crest of the hill at a small mine shaft; I continue walking cross-countryThumbnailsI walk a quarter mile up the wash, looking for signs of the old road to Tough Nut MineThe old remnant of a road ends here on the crest of the hill at a small mine shaft; I continue walking cross-countryThumbnailsI walk a quarter mile up the wash, looking for signs of the old road to Tough Nut MineThe old remnant of a road ends here on the crest of the hill at a small mine shaft; I continue walking cross-countryThumbnailsI walk a quarter mile up the wash, looking for signs of the old road to Tough Nut MineThe old remnant of a road ends here on the crest of the hill at a small mine shaft; I continue walking cross-countryThumbnailsI walk a quarter mile up the wash, looking for signs of the old road to Tough Nut MineThe old remnant of a road ends here on the crest of the hill at a small mine shaft; I continue walking cross-countryThumbnailsI walk a quarter mile up the wash, looking for signs of the old road to Tough Nut Mine

The Providence Mountains sit behind me and Tough Nut Mine is somewhere between here and there: closer to there.