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Discussion in 'Photos' started by EbarDP48, Mar 30, 2006.
Wilkes / Boulder tunnel near Boulder Montana.
West end. For reference, the horizontal fence top mid opening is ~10 ft from the ground. Lots of "puddles" to ride through, some were quite deep! My front fender disappeared a couple of times. If you look closely, there is a small point of light near center bottom that is the other end.
East end from the inside. The water was too deep to make it out so we turned around and rode back ~6000 ft to the west end.
R.M. of Lacadena ,Sasakatchewan
Two Guns abandoned trading post and tourist attraction on what was Rt 66 near Flagstaff, Arizona.
Reminds me of my grandparent’s house and neighborhood in Terre Haute,Ind. Always dreaded going there as a little kid. Very depressing.
I thought the same as you- that’s the nicest house I’ve ever seen wrapped in that crap.
Mystery solved! I made a trip to the ghost town of Canyon Diablo, AZ yesterday and was interested in this particular structure. At first I thought it was a water cistern but an old time Flagstaff resident told me it was the ice house.
The place has a brutal history with the Navajos killing 40 Apache raiders in the canyon, and later in 1880s as a lawless western town where law men didn’t last. https://www.legendsofamerica.com/az-canyondiablo/
If you liked the ice house above, you will love the out house a few miles away at Two Guns AZ. The abandoned trading post/tourist attraction on what used to be historic Rt 66.
4 hole, side by side seating, no social distancing!
It must have been a welcomed stop on the historic mother road.
It seems Two Guns has been reclaimed!
4 holes outhouse , Well I be interested in that or at least digging it out and seeing what is found because what went in never came out so wallets etc are done holes like that and since it's long turned to dirt its no longer icky .