A stone homestead.
I was impressed with the attention given to the placement of rocks selecting various colors and too the use of quartz to outline the door and edges.
The inside was smooth plaster.
Here you can see how thick the interior wall was and the use of tin cans to create a dead air space and provide insulation from the heat of summer and cold of winter. You need that in the desert.
I couldn't figure out why the long pipe that ran the length of the room
and extended this far to the outside.
This appeared to be just a single large room. A storage area?
Maybe this was a trading post long ago.
Seen from a distance.
It is perched on top of some low hills and had a grand view of the valley.