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 I check my GPS and climb over a small hill to reach Bathtub Spring; there it is, in a wire cage! At the lower end of Bathtub Spring wash, a lot of small, loose rock makes hiking a little slowerThumbnailsBathtub Spring in the New York Mountains is true to its name and has a bathtub, inserted into an old rusted cisternAt the lower end of Bathtub Spring wash, a lot of small, loose rock makes hiking a little slowerThumbnailsBathtub Spring in the New York Mountains is true to its name and has a bathtub, inserted into an old rusted cisternAt the lower end of Bathtub Spring wash, a lot of small, loose rock makes hiking a little slowerThumbnailsBathtub Spring in the New York Mountains is true to its name and has a bathtub, inserted into an old rusted cisternAt the lower end of Bathtub Spring wash, a lot of small, loose rock makes hiking a little slowerThumbnailsBathtub Spring in the New York Mountains is true to its name and has a bathtub, inserted into an old rusted cisternAt the lower end of Bathtub Spring wash, a lot of small, loose rock makes hiking a little slowerThumbnailsBathtub Spring in the New York Mountains is true to its name and has a bathtub, inserted into an old rusted cistern

This is the New York Mountains Bathtub Spring off Ivanpah Road, not the Bathtub Spring in the Mid Hills to the west. I'll visit them both during this trip, which may confuse this travelogue somewhat.