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I reach a fork on New York Mountains Road and veer to the left on the lesser path toward Howe Spring A snake crosses New York Mountains Road, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsThis purple sage stands out along Howe Spring Road since this part of Pinto Valley is mostly dry grasslandA snake crosses New York Mountains Road, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsThis purple sage stands out along Howe Spring Road since this part of Pinto Valley is mostly dry grasslandA snake crosses New York Mountains Road, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsThis purple sage stands out along Howe Spring Road since this part of Pinto Valley is mostly dry grasslandA snake crosses New York Mountains Road, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsThis purple sage stands out along Howe Spring Road since this part of Pinto Valley is mostly dry grasslandA snake crosses New York Mountains Road, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsThis purple sage stands out along Howe Spring Road since this part of Pinto Valley is mostly dry grassland

In 2009, I did a mountain-bike ride out to Howe Spring, so I'm already somewhat familiar with this route. Nice area, looking forward to spending a few days out here!