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Along the wash near the old Cornfield Spring Road corral is a rock wall with lots of mini-caves carved into it

Along the wash near the old Cornfield Spring Road corral is a rock wall with lots of mini-caves carved into it About 3 miles up Cornfield Spring Road from my tent, I pass an abandoned corral and the edge of the Providence Mountains blockThumbnailsCornfield Spring Road climbs over a few big hills during its final two miles to avoid the flood-prone wash below the springAbout 3 miles up Cornfield Spring Road from my tent, I pass an abandoned corral and the edge of the Providence Mountains blockThumbnailsCornfield Spring Road climbs over a few big hills during its final two miles to avoid the flood-prone wash below the springAbout 3 miles up Cornfield Spring Road from my tent, I pass an abandoned corral and the edge of the Providence Mountains blockThumbnailsCornfield Spring Road climbs over a few big hills during its final two miles to avoid the flood-prone wash below the springAbout 3 miles up Cornfield Spring Road from my tent, I pass an abandoned corral and the edge of the Providence Mountains blockThumbnailsCornfield Spring Road climbs over a few big hills during its final two miles to avoid the flood-prone wash below the springAbout 3 miles up Cornfield Spring Road from my tent, I pass an abandoned corral and the edge of the Providence Mountains blockThumbnailsCornfield Spring Road climbs over a few big hills during its final two miles to avoid the flood-prone wash below the spring

I'm sure there's wildlife of some kind who is happy to find these holes in the wall.