I have been to quite a few mines/ghost towns but this by far is the best within 10 states!
While walking up to the back door of this house my daughter and I were surprised by a huge deer that was snoozing in the shade of the house. I really don't know who jumped worse, us or the deer!
I love the bricks above the windows.
This house was so over grown this is all that showed.
We finally found the Frisco Cemetery, it was so worth it. A dark rain cloud moved in while we were there and it made everything feel spooky.
This is made out of very old wood. No name.
See you can barely see the cemetery, no wonder why I couldn't find it last time.
I really like this one, Gone But Not Forgotten. There were an awful lot of children in this cemetery.
Last we stopped in Eureka, my great grandfathers home town. My great grandfather ran a dairy in Eureka and my grandfather work in mine. My father lived in this little town until he was 1 years old. It is "almost" a ghost town. Only a dozen or so people live there.
I loved this trip, next time I am bringing my metal detector!