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I choose the right (south) fork of Globe Mine Road Just beyond the railroad tracks, Globe Mine Road splits into three unnamed roadsThumbnailsA garden of white buckwheat flowers and cholla cactus along the south fork of Globe Mine Road, Mojave National PreserveJust beyond the railroad tracks, Globe Mine Road splits into three unnamed roadsThumbnailsA garden of white buckwheat flowers and cholla cactus along the south fork of Globe Mine Road, Mojave National PreserveJust beyond the railroad tracks, Globe Mine Road splits into three unnamed roadsThumbnailsA garden of white buckwheat flowers and cholla cactus along the south fork of Globe Mine Road, Mojave National PreserveJust beyond the railroad tracks, Globe Mine Road splits into three unnamed roadsThumbnailsA garden of white buckwheat flowers and cholla cactus along the south fork of Globe Mine Road, Mojave National PreserveJust beyond the railroad tracks, Globe Mine Road splits into three unnamed roadsThumbnailsA garden of white buckwheat flowers and cholla cactus along the south fork of Globe Mine Road, Mojave National Preserve

Camp tonight will be somewhere near the end of the middle road. However, I've chosen to follow the south fork because it rises a little higher and might be less sandy. Near the end of the south fork is a "shortcut" road that leads back to the middle fork, which I'll take when I get there.