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The old road that has been serving as an excellent trail so far drops into a narrow wash and disappears Reddish-pinkish-orange Indian paintbrush decorates the old roadbed here and thereThumbnailsIn this narrow wash, I stumble across some old installations: a waterless cistern and a water tank, probably also dryReddish-pinkish-orange Indian paintbrush decorates the old roadbed here and thereThumbnailsIn this narrow wash, I stumble across some old installations: a waterless cistern and a water tank, probably also dryReddish-pinkish-orange Indian paintbrush decorates the old roadbed here and thereThumbnailsIn this narrow wash, I stumble across some old installations: a waterless cistern and a water tank, probably also dryReddish-pinkish-orange Indian paintbrush decorates the old roadbed here and thereThumbnailsIn this narrow wash, I stumble across some old installations: a waterless cistern and a water tank, probably also dryReddish-pinkish-orange Indian paintbrush decorates the old roadbed here and thereThumbnailsIn this narrow wash, I stumble across some old installations: a waterless cistern and a water tank, probably also dry

My map shows the old road as being in this wash from this point downward. It will be easy to just follow the wash downstream, but there's no sign of any road existing here today.

I'm always wary of snakes when hiking in tall grass like this.