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I'm back down in Pinto Valley earlier than expected, so I go for a walk up a barely visible old road on the way back to camp

I'm back down in Pinto Valley earlier than expected, so I go for a walk up a barely visible old road on the way back to camp One bush that I encounter occasionally in the Mojave Desert Mountains is the BarberryThumbnailsA few stretches of the old road here on the other side of Howe Spring are still well-definedOne bush that I encounter occasionally in the Mojave Desert Mountains is the BarberryThumbnailsA few stretches of the old road here on the other side of Howe Spring are still well-definedOne bush that I encounter occasionally in the Mojave Desert Mountains is the BarberryThumbnailsA few stretches of the old road here on the other side of Howe Spring are still well-definedOne bush that I encounter occasionally in the Mojave Desert Mountains is the BarberryThumbnailsA few stretches of the old road here on the other side of Howe Spring are still well-definedOne bush that I encounter occasionally in the Mojave Desert Mountains is the BarberryThumbnailsA few stretches of the old road here on the other side of Howe Spring are still well-defined

The road is returning to nature and isn't always easy to follow.