Desert Queen Mine

Some photos from the Desert Queen area
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P1010082  Wild animal tracks! P1010083 P1010084 P1010085
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P1010017 P1010019  Looks perfectly safe. You go first. P1010020 P1010023
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P1010029 P1010030 P1010032  Probably said "welcome" or something like that. P1010033
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P1010040  All up to code I'm sure. P1010045 P1010046 P1010047
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P1010061 P1010018 DSCF0883 4 5 tonemapped P1010031
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DSCF0855  Jose and Luis examining a hole in the ground. Fascinating! DSCF0856 DSCF0857  Mill ruins DSCF0858
DSCF0859  Dropped a glow stick down there. DSCF0862 DSCF0863 DSCF0864
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DSCF0890 P1010021 DESERT QUEEN T22NR28E  1894 plat map showing the mine area in the upper left corner