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Mad Diaries of the Southern Tour
By Scott Endorf - (contact)

Van Horn to 15 miles outside of Kent - 71 miles

Friday June 9, 2006

The ride up the mountain toward the observatory was scenic but remote. Finding a place to camp was a challenge, as there was only a small section of space off the road before a barbed wire fence that separated the grazing land. I really didn't want to camp with the cattle so we finally found an area we cleared of small cacti to pitch by the side of the road. It was a beautiful night but we monitored a storm coming which fortunately never found us. The coyotes were howling all night. Simply beautiful.

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The remains of an old schoolhouse near Kent.

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Approaching the Davis Mountains toward the McDonald Observatory. The terrain and the fence line made for a challenge to find a place to camp.

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Look Mike! A tree! A tree!

Despite the storm potential, this was a beautiful place to camp. The coyotes were eerie.


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