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I come across a road marked as a dead-end, only 0.2 miles long Nearby, a campsite and fire ring are on the other side of the road from the Wee Thump WildernessThumbnailsIt turns out that the short dead-end road ends at a guzzler (a contraption for storing rain water for later use by wildlife)Nearby, a campsite and fire ring are on the other side of the road from the Wee Thump WildernessThumbnailsIt turns out that the short dead-end road ends at a guzzler (a contraption for storing rain water for later use by wildlife)Nearby, a campsite and fire ring are on the other side of the road from the Wee Thump WildernessThumbnailsIt turns out that the short dead-end road ends at a guzzler (a contraption for storing rain water for later use by wildlife)Nearby, a campsite and fire ring are on the other side of the road from the Wee Thump WildernessThumbnailsIt turns out that the short dead-end road ends at a guzzler (a contraption for storing rain water for later use by wildlife)Nearby, a campsite and fire ring are on the other side of the road from the Wee Thump WildernessThumbnailsIt turns out that the short dead-end road ends at a guzzler (a contraption for storing rain water for later use by wildlife)

Since it's such a short road, I decide to ride up that way and see where a 0.2-mile-long road would lead. It must have a reason to exist...