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Old Mojave Road overview between Kelso Cima Road and Marl Springs.
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Overview of the Old Mojave Road between Kelso Cima Road and Marl Springs. The road intersection below is going to Rainbow Wells. Off to the east can be seen the Kelso Cima Road and past it the Old Mojave Road comming down out of the hills. To the west is Marl Springs at the base of the far off mountains that are is the highest part of the old road. The outcropping about a mile up the road is a small camp called Big Rock Camp.
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