On the way up we checked out a cave. I'm going to guess that at one point in time someone lived in this cave for a while. It has a nice rock canopy overhanging it too so it is a natural shelter from the rain.
Outside the cave were a couple of perfectly round holes. How they got there is anyones guess. They are about 6 inches round and 6 inches deep. They could be from water dripping for years, or maybe the miners started to drill and quit, but I like to think that it was some ancient Inca tribe that lived here and they drilled them in a strategic place to collect water from the rock above. Notice how they are full of water.
Now everyone knows that I have a drone now, so the first thought about the next picture would be that I had the drone up for a flight. Actually we are about 4 miles from and airport here so I am a little reluctant to fly it. This picture was taken from the top of Snyder Hill where Charlie and I hiked to, looking down on the Ponderosa. Can you pick us out?
We had a great day in the desert again today. Tomorrow will be interesting as well.