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Near the Willow Wash corral is a pile of wood and concrete debris, suggesting that a small outbuilding may have once stood here

Near the Willow Wash corral is a pile of wood and concrete debris, suggesting that a small outbuilding may have once stood here Here's a defunct metal cistern in Willow Wash that has not yet been buried in sand like the last one I sawThumbnailsAfter a bit of searching, I locate what I believe is Willow Spring, in a grassy area shaded by nearly leafless Desert willowsHere's a defunct metal cistern in Willow Wash that has not yet been buried in sand like the last one I sawThumbnailsAfter a bit of searching, I locate what I believe is Willow Spring, in a grassy area shaded by nearly leafless Desert willowsHere's a defunct metal cistern in Willow Wash that has not yet been buried in sand like the last one I sawThumbnailsAfter a bit of searching, I locate what I believe is Willow Spring, in a grassy area shaded by nearly leafless Desert willowsHere's a defunct metal cistern in Willow Wash that has not yet been buried in sand like the last one I sawThumbnailsAfter a bit of searching, I locate what I believe is Willow Spring, in a grassy area shaded by nearly leafless Desert willowsHere's a defunct metal cistern in Willow Wash that has not yet been buried in sand like the last one I sawThumbnailsAfter a bit of searching, I locate what I believe is Willow Spring, in a grassy area shaded by nearly leafless Desert willows

A little Mojave squirrel quickly scampers across the debris just before I pull out my camera. I've seen quite a few of these, but I rarely get to photograph them because they move so quickly.