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Further up this unnamed spring, the water flow thins out a little, but I'm still surprised to discover this

Further up this unnamed spring, the water flow thins out a little, but I'm still surprised to discover this A thin cascade of water flows over the rocks in this unnamed New York Mountains streamThumbnailsI decide to climb up out of the wash onto the ridge at my left for easier hikingA thin cascade of water flows over the rocks in this unnamed New York Mountains streamThumbnailsI decide to climb up out of the wash onto the ridge at my left for easier hikingA thin cascade of water flows over the rocks in this unnamed New York Mountains streamThumbnailsI decide to climb up out of the wash onto the ridge at my left for easier hikingA thin cascade of water flows over the rocks in this unnamed New York Mountains streamThumbnailsI decide to climb up out of the wash onto the ridge at my left for easier hikingA thin cascade of water flows over the rocks in this unnamed New York Mountains streamThumbnailsI decide to climb up out of the wash onto the ridge at my left for easier hiking

There's enough water here that it could be filtered for drinking, but I have no idea if water is here most years.