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17 minutes ago, adam said:

Monarch Wash

Good guess but nooo.

Clue: Dinosaur Rock, Fornicating Bears...

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Wow, thought some of our locals got out more. Correct answer is Sophie Flats.

Here's my favorite arrastra north of LSDpost-11051-0-54742900-1519351080_thumb.jpg

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14 minutes ago, Edge said:

Wow, thought some of our locals got out more. Correct answer is Sophie Flats.

Here's my favorite arrastra north of LSDpost-11051-0-54742900-1519351080_thumb.jpg

Spanish? Close to the Bradshaw's? 

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1 hour ago, BMc said:

Spanish? Close to the Bradshaw's? 

About a mile north of Anderson Mill.

I don't know who built it. At some point the center post was an old torque tube.post-11051-0-77415100-1519355939.jpg

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4 hours ago, ArcticDave said:

Dug a lot of trash up that way.  Pretty country up there.

IMG_350354546520712.jpeg

What would be the oldest trash you found there?

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6 hours ago, Edge said:

What would be the oldest trash you found there?

I don't remember anything particularly old. The late 1920's or early 30's? Lots of solder dot milk cans of that era.

I think we're all curious about those fornicating bears. Maybe the other guys were too scared to ask...

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forgot about fornicating bears and dinosaur rock
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1 hour ago, ArcticDave said:

I don't remember anything particularly old. The late 1920's or early 30's? Lots of solder dot milk cans of that era.

I think we're all curious about those fornicating bears. Maybe the other guys were too scared to ask...

Don't care about the bears doing it, as long as they're not doing it to me! :)

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12 hours ago, ArcticDave said:

I don't remember anything particularly old. The late 1920's or early 30's? Lots of solder dot milk cans of that era.

I think we're all curious about those fornicating bears. Maybe the other guys were too scared to ask...

Rock formations, Sophie Flats

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I may go hiking here in a couple of weeks.  Clay's landmatters.org has some historical mining info available along the Sophie's trail.  I haven't looked at it all, but I bet it would help fill in the story.  Not sure where your pics are along the trail, but a lot of what I looked at was worked between the 50s and 70s. My guess is what's in the picture isn't in a database and may be a little older.

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