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Close-up of the old water tank and the painted-on names of its owners In this narrow wash, I stumble across some old installations: a waterless cistern and a water tank, probably also dryThumbnailsI find the well that is marked on my mapIn this narrow wash, I stumble across some old installations: a waterless cistern and a water tank, probably also dryThumbnailsI find the well that is marked on my mapIn this narrow wash, I stumble across some old installations: a waterless cistern and a water tank, probably also dryThumbnailsI find the well that is marked on my mapIn this narrow wash, I stumble across some old installations: a waterless cistern and a water tank, probably also dryThumbnailsI find the well that is marked on my mapIn this narrow wash, I stumble across some old installations: a waterless cistern and a water tank, probably also dryThumbnailsI find the well that is marked on my map

"Providence Mill Site, Joe and Al Pauley, P.O. Box 54, Mojave, California"