A shelter dug into one of the tufa domes at Scouts Cove, Opal Mountain. Scouts Cove was a fire opal mining site near the turn of the 20th century, financed by the Tiffany Jewelry Company of New York. There are two holes in the ceiling of the dwelling, one for the fireplace and the other undoubtedly for ventilation.
A well sits beside the trail about a mile and a half past the Black Canyon Stage Station on Black Canyon Road in the Black Mountain Rock Art District of the Mojave Desert in San Bernadino County, California. The well was deep and had water in it. Nearby was a tank that appeared to be a trough.