We located this shelter site while walking the dry washes in the Muddy Range. It was a small shelter with some fire blackening and there was a metate or grinding slick at the entrance. Also, the shelter has rock rings located directly above it on the banks of the wash.
This site is reminiscent of the shelters in the Dry Lake region – see my Dry Lakes Shelters 1 – 14. The Dry Lake shelters were occupied by the Paiute, Patayan, Puebloan, and the Fremont cultures dating back over the last 2500 years.