I rode from the south side of Mesquite, near Snowbird Headquarters; along 2nd South; up Grapevine; across Mesquite, the brige and Pioneer; On Greens Way to Hardy Way and onto Mesquite Heights (landfill road) to meet Charley.
Although we were heading up… toward 3-Corners we initially turned up the Water Tank road and out onto the flats which showed they eventually would end up in Toquop Wash. A great view but not where we wanted to go so we back-tracked along the fence line and down into Sand Hollow Wash which pretty much proved that we could eventually end up at 3-Corners.
We waved at Lone Mesa as we passed it, still in the wash. That's probably how it got its name - everybody passes it but rarely visits it.
The return from 3-Corners was south, down the Nevada Border fence line until we veered west back into Sand Hollow and to the police firing range. It was then a simple matter of climbing out of the wash onto Landfill Road and back home.
Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.”
A fairly simple ride but the weather was… COLD! Not entirely expected for a DESERT!