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I'm surprised to find a trough at Pine Spring, overflowing with water of decent quality; a few bees are living on the margins

I'm surprised to find a trough at Pine Spring, overflowing with water of decent quality; a few bees are living on the margins I must be near Pine Spring; here's an old rusty tobacco can lidThumbnailsThe Pine Spring water trough is inside a corral, which is apparently still in use by cowsI must be near Pine Spring; here's an old rusty tobacco can lidThumbnailsThe Pine Spring water trough is inside a corral, which is apparently still in use by cowsI must be near Pine Spring; here's an old rusty tobacco can lidThumbnailsThe Pine Spring water trough is inside a corral, which is apparently still in use by cowsI must be near Pine Spring; here's an old rusty tobacco can lidThumbnailsThe Pine Spring water trough is inside a corral, which is apparently still in use by cowsI must be near Pine Spring; here's an old rusty tobacco can lidThumbnailsThe Pine Spring water trough is inside a corral, which is apparently still in use by cows

I was expecting a dry, or semi-dry, spring here, not a developed one. I've brought enough water with me to this area, but it's nice to know that there's more in case of an emergency.