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As I start the walk up Cornfield Spring Road, I stop at a concrete box that I missed when I camped here a few months ago

As I start the walk up Cornfield Spring Road, I stop at a concrete box that I missed when I camped here a few months ago The suns feels good as it warms the chilly morning air on the fan near the former Kelso reservoirThumbnailsA former road that connected the old Kelso reservoir to Cornfield Spring Road is still discernableThe suns feels good as it warms the chilly morning air on the fan near the former Kelso reservoirThumbnailsA former road that connected the old Kelso reservoir to Cornfield Spring Road is still discernableThe suns feels good as it warms the chilly morning air on the fan near the former Kelso reservoirThumbnailsA former road that connected the old Kelso reservoir to Cornfield Spring Road is still discernableThe suns feels good as it warms the chilly morning air on the fan near the former Kelso reservoirThumbnailsA former road that connected the old Kelso reservoir to Cornfield Spring Road is still discernableThe suns feels good as it warms the chilly morning air on the fan near the former Kelso reservoirThumbnailsA former road that connected the old Kelso reservoir to Cornfield Spring Road is still discernable

This is another part of the nearby extinct reservoir which used to hold water piped down from Cornfield Spring for the town of Kelso below.