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It's hard to tell from a distance if this property at Barnwell is still inhabited To my left is the settlement of Barnwell, once named ManvelThumbnailsA mile after Barnwell, I turn right on the little road to Keystone Canyon, which immediately splitsTo my left is the settlement of Barnwell, once named ManvelThumbnailsA mile after Barnwell, I turn right on the little road to Keystone Canyon, which immediately splitsTo my left is the settlement of Barnwell, once named ManvelThumbnailsA mile after Barnwell, I turn right on the little road to Keystone Canyon, which immediately splitsTo my left is the settlement of Barnwell, once named ManvelThumbnailsA mile after Barnwell, I turn right on the little road to Keystone Canyon, which immediately splitsTo my left is the settlement of Barnwell, once named ManvelThumbnailsA mile after Barnwell, I turn right on the little road to Keystone Canyon, which immediately splits

The line-up of old cars here suggests that the property is vacant, but who knows...