First hike of 2022 here, and it was kinda a blast, but more than I had bargained for. I went to an old B36 crash site. The trail was more like off-road navigation, as the trail ends in an arroyo and you have to be able to climb rocks and navigate through obstacles. Well worth it in the end, as not too many people know that the crash site exists. The wreckage has been there since 1953 and is well perserved considering the types of weather that exists here in the desert. Maybe it goes to show how things were built to last about 70 years ago, but I digress. If anyone chooses to explore this hike, you should wear hiking shoes (ones with grip), long pants, and carry the appropriate gear in case something happens. I got snagged quite a few times from all of the yucca (cactus) everywhere, so a pair of gloves may not be a bad idea either. The hike is about 2.5 miles in total (there and back), and the time it takes depends on your skill level, endurance, and persistence as there is a rapid elevation gain. There is also a log book that someone established in 2020, so that was a cool find as well. Note that several service members were lost to the crash, as it was a military flight. My heart goes out to them and their families. If you make it here, please remember that these men served during uncertain times. Maybe write and leave a note to them, even if no one were to ever read it. Just a thought.