In late March there is a healthy flow in the stream. The trail crosses the stream and I stopped at the crossing. About 100 yards further upstream is the junction with Risley Canyon with Yellowjacket Canyon making a big counter clockwise bend at that point. Late March has a moderate temperature for hiking but is too early to see many birds. To the right along the trail it is possible to view Risley Canyon from the rim.
From the cliffs above the crossing point, a small grassy hill is mostly encircled by the winding stream. On the top of the hill it looks like there is a rubble pile ruins site. It looks like a good location with water, farm fields, and sunny exposure available.