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Piute Corral Movjave Desert
California
For about 100 years the Piute Corral was used by the Rock Springs Lane & Cattle Company. The National Park Service has caused all of the cattle to be removed from this range and the corral is no longer used. This is a early morning view as the sun is starting to break over the Piute hill ridgeline.
Copyright: Roger Berry
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Tags: piute; corral; movjave; desert; rock; springs; lane; &; cattle; company; national; park; service
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