If you could conjure up an oasis in the desert, he says, Ash Springs would be it. Found on BLM land just off U.S. Route 93 north of Las Vegas, along a dirt road across from R Place, the spring is surrounded by lush vegetation amid a sea of dry grass and brush. Eighty-five-degree water is piped into a pool block-reinforced to form a comfortable place to sit. The spring spills over into a natural shallow pond pleasantly shaded by huge, venerable cottonwood trees.
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