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Well, this is it: Government Holes, Mojave National Preserve This sign near Government Holes used to say something about private propertyThumbnailsI park the 10-ton bike and walk over to the Government Holes corral, next to which a cistern full of green water glowsThis sign near Government Holes used to say something about private propertyThumbnailsI park the 10-ton bike and walk over to the Government Holes corral, next to which a cistern full of green water glowsThis sign near Government Holes used to say something about private propertyThumbnailsI park the 10-ton bike and walk over to the Government Holes corral, next to which a cistern full of green water glowsThis sign near Government Holes used to say something about private propertyThumbnailsI park the 10-ton bike and walk over to the Government Holes corral, next to which a cistern full of green water glowsThis sign near Government Holes used to say something about private propertyThumbnailsI park the 10-ton bike and walk over to the Government Holes corral, next to which a cistern full of green water glows

A water tank, a corral, an old cottonwood tree and a history story about a shoot-out here 100 years or so ago. The funny thing is that there's a modern plastic water reservoir hiding inside that metal cistern.