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Old cattle-watering trough in the abandoned corral below Butcher Knife Canyon, Mojave National Preserve It's time to check out the old corral here below Butcher Knife CanyonThumbnailsI pluck a few items out of the mess inside my tent and stuff them into my backpack for the day's hikeIt's time to check out the old corral here below Butcher Knife CanyonThumbnailsI pluck a few items out of the mess inside my tent and stuff them into my backpack for the day's hikeIt's time to check out the old corral here below Butcher Knife CanyonThumbnailsI pluck a few items out of the mess inside my tent and stuff them into my backpack for the day's hikeIt's time to check out the old corral here below Butcher Knife CanyonThumbnailsI pluck a few items out of the mess inside my tent and stuff them into my backpack for the day's hikeIt's time to check out the old corral here below Butcher Knife CanyonThumbnailsI pluck a few items out of the mess inside my tent and stuff them into my backpack for the day's hike

I'll find out shortly where water would come from to fill this cattle trough; for now, it's not obvious. Orange desert-mallow flowers add a nice touch.