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Middle of the trail271 viewsThis monument is at the intersection of Cima Road and the Old Mojave Trail. See the closeup picture for the text (it's kind of comical)
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Finding the path268 views
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CHLORIDE MURALS264 views
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Up the canyon263 views
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The way back out262 views
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A little history - and humor260 viewsHere's the full text of this sign, place by a group called E Clampus Vitus

The Mojave Road

Long Ago Mojave Indians used a network of pathways to cross the Mojave desert to reach the Pacific coast from their homes along the Colorado River. In 1776, the Spanish missionary Francisco Garces became the first non-Indian to trek these trans-desert routes. In 1826, Jedediah Smith trod these trails to become the first white man to reach the California coast overland from mid-America. The routes became a military w
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Great Day!259 views
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