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I relax at the top of Hill 1751-T above Butcher Knife Canyon and try my cell phone before hiking down to the sandy wash below

I relax at the top of Hill 1751-T above Butcher Knife Canyon and try my cell phone before hiking down to the sandy wash below I continue walking up the wash beyond Howe Spring toward the top of one of the forks of Butcher Knife CanyonThumbnailsThe hike down into Butcher Knife Canyon starts off as a small, rocky drainageI continue walking up the wash beyond Howe Spring toward the top of one of the forks of Butcher Knife CanyonThumbnailsThe hike down into Butcher Knife Canyon starts off as a small, rocky drainageI continue walking up the wash beyond Howe Spring toward the top of one of the forks of Butcher Knife CanyonThumbnailsThe hike down into Butcher Knife Canyon starts off as a small, rocky drainageI continue walking up the wash beyond Howe Spring toward the top of one of the forks of Butcher Knife CanyonThumbnailsThe hike down into Butcher Knife Canyon starts off as a small, rocky drainageI continue walking up the wash beyond Howe Spring toward the top of one of the forks of Butcher Knife CanyonThumbnailsThe hike down into Butcher Knife Canyon starts off as a small, rocky drainage

I get some reception here at 5720 feet elevation, just enough to send a text message. I should have better reception later on around at the bottom of Butcher Knife Canyon.