A cluster of sickly palms and what looks like a model home are visible in the distance from Interstate 93.
The road ends just over the rise, from which the golf course is visible.
Piles of pipes line I-93, evidence of planned waterworks that have evidently been abandoned.
Someone built this cairn near the corner of I-93 and Hwy 168, perhaps remembering the day when a giant Coyote Springs sign didn't mark the spot.
Rows of Mojave yucca, presumably a nursery for landscaping the planned neighborhoods. Today about 2/3 of the trees are dead, and they form an eerie promenade to the sickly palms.
The Pahranagut NWR.
About one in three of the planted Mojave yuccas survive.
Wells line both sides of Hwy 168 between Moapa and Coyote Springs.