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« on: June 29, 2009, 01:03:46 pm »
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Just spent two weeks in the high country looking at old mines.  It was cool and fun to try out the old Jeep on the trails but no great finds.  Most of these old mines have been worked over and over but the country is beautiful, the air is clean and the trout were biting. I found a pocket full of change back at the camp grounds where folks spend their days.  If you've never been to Taylor Lake Resevoir you missed a great vacation. Look it up on line and the pictures will make you want to go.
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