Mining Tour, Part 5

More of the Garnet Ghost Town.

I do believe this was the entrance to the hotel.
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Another out building, or tiny shack.
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Big building still in decent shape, right?  I swear, old school buildings just seem so solid.wp_20160811_070

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Still a little tripped out with all the wood stoves left behind.  They’re so heavy, so I understand.  But I’m still sad at the condition they are in, such a waste.
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Cute little cabin.  Very snug.
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Guess this one started falling apart.  Darn.
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Seriously, they were enthralled with the outhouses.  Especially the two and three seaters.  No joke.  They had three seaters, I have three toilets in my house.  Stands to reason.
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On the little hike from the parking lot to the ghost town.
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