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The corral at Government Holes, Mojave National Preserve I park the 10-ton bike and walk over to the Government Holes corral, next to which a cistern full of green water glowsThumbnailsSome of the old fencing at the Government Holes corral is made of unhewn wood posts with metal horizontal membersI park the 10-ton bike and walk over to the Government Holes corral, next to which a cistern full of green water glowsThumbnailsSome of the old fencing at the Government Holes corral is made of unhewn wood posts with metal horizontal membersI park the 10-ton bike and walk over to the Government Holes corral, next to which a cistern full of green water glowsThumbnailsSome of the old fencing at the Government Holes corral is made of unhewn wood posts with metal horizontal membersI park the 10-ton bike and walk over to the Government Holes corral, next to which a cistern full of green water glowsThumbnailsSome of the old fencing at the Government Holes corral is made of unhewn wood posts with metal horizontal membersI park the 10-ton bike and walk over to the Government Holes corral, next to which a cistern full of green water glowsThumbnailsSome of the old fencing at the Government Holes corral is made of unhewn wood posts with metal horizontal members

The hills in the background are adjacent to the Mid Hills campground, where I spent the last four nights.