Once down in the brush, the trail fizzles out, and I can't continue any further!

2426-amargosa-river-trail.jpg Here I can really see the old railway bed, then the trail dips down into the brush Thumbnails I decide to turn around, relax with a pipe, and enjoy the solitude, instead of bushwhacking onward Here I can really see the old railway bed, then the trail dips down into the brush Thumbnails I decide to turn around, relax with a pipe, and enjoy the solitude, instead of bushwhacking onward Here I can really see the old railway bed, then the trail dips down into the brush Thumbnails I decide to turn around, relax with a pipe, and enjoy the solitude, instead of bushwhacking onward Here I can really see the old railway bed, then the trail dips down into the brush Thumbnails I decide to turn around, relax with a pipe, and enjoy the solitude, instead of bushwhacking onward Here I can really see the old railway bed, then the trail dips down into the brush Thumbnails I decide to turn around, relax with a pipe, and enjoy the solitude, instead of bushwhacking onward

I look for ways around the brush, but it seems that the trail that was once here has grown in.

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2014:10:26 01:24:01
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