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As I drop down into yet another wash, I realize I'm quite close to Taylor Spring (dry), where I hiked last year

As I drop down into yet another wash, I realize I'm quite close to Taylor Spring (dry), where I hiked last year I notice a nice little "pineapple cactus" on my cross-country trek over the low hillsThumbnails I climb up another hill on the way to Indian Spring and recognize the valley of junipers and joshua trees in front of meI notice a nice little "pineapple cactus" on my cross-country trek over the low hillsThumbnails I climb up another hill on the way to Indian Spring and recognize the valley of junipers and joshua trees in front of meI notice a nice little "pineapple cactus" on my cross-country trek over the low hillsThumbnails I climb up another hill on the way to Indian Spring and recognize the valley of junipers and joshua trees in front of meI notice a nice little "pineapple cactus" on my cross-country trek over the low hillsThumbnails I climb up another hill on the way to Indian Spring and recognize the valley of junipers and joshua trees in front of meI notice a nice little "pineapple cactus" on my cross-country trek over the low hillsThumbnails I climb up another hill on the way to Indian Spring and recognize the valley of junipers and joshua trees in front of me

If I were to turn around and hike down this wash in the downhill direction, I'd be at the Taylor Spring site in less than a 1/4 mile.