Photo 18: A number of these shelters remained; some were scattered, while others were burned.



Photo 19: Wooden bridge located north of "Lost Tribe". These structures were intended to reduce impacts to streamside vegetation and soils from foot traffic.

Photo 20: Another wooden foot bridge near Carnero Spring. Most of the wooden bridge materials were scattered, but many rock stepping stone crossings remain.



Photo 21: Poles were extensively used to support tarps during rain. Most poles were dead/down, some live trees were cut such as the aspen poles in the foreground.

Photo 22: Tepees were built of dead poles and used as shelters, and latrines were sometimes hidden with dead wood stacks. Many of these structures remained.


Photos - Continued