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It's time to check out the old corral here below Butcher Knife Canyon A bit down the fan sits a fire ring next to which I was going to set up camp last night until I noticed goathead thorns all overThumbnailsOld cattle-watering trough in the abandoned corral below Butcher Knife Canyon, Mojave National PreserveA bit down the fan sits a fire ring next to which I was going to set up camp last night until I noticed goathead thorns all overThumbnailsOld cattle-watering trough in the abandoned corral below Butcher Knife Canyon, Mojave National PreserveA bit down the fan sits a fire ring next to which I was going to set up camp last night until I noticed goathead thorns all overThumbnailsOld cattle-watering trough in the abandoned corral below Butcher Knife Canyon, Mojave National PreserveA bit down the fan sits a fire ring next to which I was going to set up camp last night until I noticed goathead thorns all overThumbnailsOld cattle-watering trough in the abandoned corral below Butcher Knife Canyon, Mojave National PreserveA bit down the fan sits a fire ring next to which I was going to set up camp last night until I noticed goathead thorns all overThumbnailsOld cattle-watering trough in the abandoned corral below Butcher Knife Canyon, Mojave National Preserve

When visiting abandoned installations like this, I always wonder when they were last used.