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Before leaving Hole-in-the-Wall, I refill my water bottles At the Hole-in-the-Wall visitor centre, I recharge my cell phone and chat with Preserve staff and a couple of visitorsThumbnailsI ride a few hundred feet on pavement on Black Canyon Road before turning off toward Saddle Horse CanyonAt the Hole-in-the-Wall visitor centre, I recharge my cell phone and chat with Preserve staff and a couple of visitorsThumbnailsI ride a few hundred feet on pavement on Black Canyon Road before turning off toward Saddle Horse CanyonAt the Hole-in-the-Wall visitor centre, I recharge my cell phone and chat with Preserve staff and a couple of visitorsThumbnailsI ride a few hundred feet on pavement on Black Canyon Road before turning off toward Saddle Horse CanyonAt the Hole-in-the-Wall visitor centre, I recharge my cell phone and chat with Preserve staff and a couple of visitorsThumbnailsI ride a few hundred feet on pavement on Black Canyon Road before turning off toward Saddle Horse CanyonAt the Hole-in-the-Wall visitor centre, I recharge my cell phone and chat with Preserve staff and a couple of visitorsThumbnailsI ride a few hundred feet on pavement on Black Canyon Road before turning off toward Saddle Horse Canyon

There are always a lot of bees around the water spigot at Hole-in-the-Wall visitor centre!