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Though dry as can be right now, the forces of water and erosion are clearly at work from time to time in Old Dad Canyon

Though dry as can be right now, the forces of water and erosion are clearly at work from time to time in Old Dad Canyon Just beyond the cabin rests an abandoned old truckThumbnailsAfter the cabin area, Old Dad Canyon widens while it continues to riseJust beyond the cabin rests an abandoned old truckThumbnailsAfter the cabin area, Old Dad Canyon widens while it continues to riseJust beyond the cabin rests an abandoned old truckThumbnailsAfter the cabin area, Old Dad Canyon widens while it continues to riseJust beyond the cabin rests an abandoned old truckThumbnailsAfter the cabin area, Old Dad Canyon widens while it continues to riseJust beyond the cabin rests an abandoned old truckThumbnailsAfter the cabin area, Old Dad Canyon widens while it continues to rise

It would be interesting to witness, but not be caught in, a flash flood here.