Avejoe and I were tired of all the Covid stuff getting in the way of fun so headed over to the Nevada desert for some riding, setting up camp in the Sunrise RV Park at the south end of Mina. Arriving mid afternoon, we had time for a short ride. Dave had seen a mysterious black hole while checking out the area from Google Earth. The black hole was south of town and south of the playa (dry lake), he had a way point set up. After some roaming around on the dirt tracks and not finding it we noticed some slight mounding about 100 yards off the track. Riding the the sage and the sand we came across this. No idea what it is. A well, a mine, maybe 30-40 feet deep, no fencing, road or debris to it either. A mystery! I wasn’t sleeping too well when all of a sudden my trailer started shaking violently. I thought someone was shaking it outside or something weird was going on. Stumbled to the door and opened it looking out at a light blink on and the earth moving! What the.....??? Then I hear other campers talking and realize that was one hell of an earthquake! Grabbing my phone I did a quick search and see that at 4:03 am a 6.4 magnitude earthquake had just hit with an epicenter about 35 miles north west of Tonopah. That’s just a few miles south of us! So much for sleeping as the aftershocks would shake you awake on a regular basis. Heck of a start for the day! Next day we rode north east of town up through Volcano Canyon. Much of the road is in a wash, lots of sand and gravel, occasionally the track gets a bit hard to follow. Eventually we came to the junction for the Dumbarton Mine to the east. And New York Canyon to the west.