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To my surprise, I find a small stream in this unnamed Castle Peaks canyon From this ridge, the only way is down, so I continue eastward down into the canyon belowThumbnailsI climb up the next hill and down into a juniper-studded valleyFrom this ridge, the only way is down, so I continue eastward down into the canyon belowThumbnailsI climb up the next hill and down into a juniper-studded valleyFrom this ridge, the only way is down, so I continue eastward down into the canyon belowThumbnailsI climb up the next hill and down into a juniper-studded valleyFrom this ridge, the only way is down, so I continue eastward down into the canyon belowThumbnailsI climb up the next hill and down into a juniper-studded valleyFrom this ridge, the only way is down, so I continue eastward down into the canyon belowThumbnailsI climb up the next hill and down into a juniper-studded valley

No spring is marked on my maps at this location, so I wasn't expecting to find any water between my tent and Indian Spring, my destination, on the other side of Castle Peaks. The water is clean and some bees are enjoying the stream's periphery.