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It's dry right now, but I can imagine a rush of water being funneled down this drainage during the wet season

It's dry right now, but I can imagine a rush of water being funneled down this drainage during the wet season I start hiking down the rock-strewn wash, which is like a staircase in a few placesThumbnailsThe wash begins to widen slightly, collecting sand that runs down from the McCullough MountainsI start hiking down the rock-strewn wash, which is like a staircase in a few placesThumbnailsThe wash begins to widen slightly, collecting sand that runs down from the McCullough MountainsI start hiking down the rock-strewn wash, which is like a staircase in a few placesThumbnailsThe wash begins to widen slightly, collecting sand that runs down from the McCullough MountainsI start hiking down the rock-strewn wash, which is like a staircase in a few placesThumbnailsThe wash begins to widen slightly, collecting sand that runs down from the McCullough MountainsI start hiking down the rock-strewn wash, which is like a staircase in a few placesThumbnailsThe wash begins to widen slightly, collecting sand that runs down from the McCullough Mountains

I'm still at about 5750 feet elevation, so I have more downhill hiking ahead (the tent is down at about 4915 feet).