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The wash continues to wind its way down from the McCullough Mountains The wash begins to widen slightly, collecting sand that runs down from the McCullough MountainsThumbnailsA primrose blooms in this McCullough Mountains wash near an old tree trunkThe wash begins to widen slightly, collecting sand that runs down from the McCullough MountainsThumbnailsA primrose blooms in this McCullough Mountains wash near an old tree trunkThe wash begins to widen slightly, collecting sand that runs down from the McCullough MountainsThumbnailsA primrose blooms in this McCullough Mountains wash near an old tree trunkThe wash begins to widen slightly, collecting sand that runs down from the McCullough MountainsThumbnailsA primrose blooms in this McCullough Mountains wash near an old tree trunkThe wash begins to widen slightly, collecting sand that runs down from the McCullough MountainsThumbnailsA primrose blooms in this McCullough Mountains wash near an old tree trunk

With fewer obstructions in the wash now, my hiking speed has picked up. Plus, I'm still headed downhill.