I'm not nearly what I would consider spider savvy, but I am interested. My wife and I were traveling in NE California through a very sparsely populated area, we stopped at a rest stop close to midnight on August 11th that was obviously rarely visited. There were an abundance of black widow spiders (which is one specie that I do know) and a couple larger spiders that I'm not familiar with. We're from the pacific NW so these may be common local spiders that we're just not accustomed to. Walking back to the car my wife was startled by this slider in particular which was running across the walk path and almost onto her foot. She ran in terror and I, as per usual, was interested in the little guy. I located the spider and took a short video from my iPhone as well as 1 pic. It ran very quickly and looked similar to what I would imagine one of these infamous camel spiders would look like in the beginning of life. Now I have heard that the camel spider is not actually classified as a spider but I don't know that for certain and from what I know classifies a spider, this seems to fit. So, to conclude, this may be just an ordinary spider from the area and just seems exotic or foreign to us as we're not exposed to the area much, I just want to satisfy an interest and know for sure. Thanks for looking and possibly identifying for me.