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Erosion on the old road to Cottonwood Canyon has exposed some old rubber piping that had been buried under the road I begin the hike up the road to Cottonwood Canyon and Cottonwood Spring, at the base of the New York MountainsThumbnailsA mile north of my campsite is "the fork" in the road to Cottonwood Canyon and Butcher Knife CanyonI begin the hike up the road to Cottonwood Canyon and Cottonwood Spring, at the base of the New York MountainsThumbnailsA mile north of my campsite is "the fork" in the road to Cottonwood Canyon and Butcher Knife CanyonI begin the hike up the road to Cottonwood Canyon and Cottonwood Spring, at the base of the New York MountainsThumbnailsA mile north of my campsite is "the fork" in the road to Cottonwood Canyon and Butcher Knife CanyonI begin the hike up the road to Cottonwood Canyon and Cottonwood Spring, at the base of the New York MountainsThumbnailsA mile north of my campsite is "the fork" in the road to Cottonwood Canyon and Butcher Knife CanyonI begin the hike up the road to Cottonwood Canyon and Cottonwood Spring, at the base of the New York MountainsThumbnailsA mile north of my campsite is "the fork" in the road to Cottonwood Canyon and Butcher Knife Canyon

These old pipes presumably once carried water to the corral at the bottom of Butcher Knife Canyon near my campsite (I had been wondering where water came from for the trough in the corral).