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 Posted: Sun Mar 27th, 2011 04:25 pm
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MinerFortyNiner



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Yes and no...the station was open as I was leaving town, but I was already facing a 4-hour trip home after a very busy day trying to see everything. It is now the office for the Chamber of Commerce, so hopefully it will be open regularly.

Agree that the Jail is most disagreeable.

I was able to meet a very nice docent at the Greenlee County Historical Society museum in the Chase Creek district, I was luck and it was open in the afternoon. Joe Brinkley showed me some interesting artifacts at the museum, and told of stealing honey from a beehive made in one of the boilers of the three abandoned Porters on Coronado Mountain when he was a spry lad. Heh, Porter Brand honey!

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Last edited on Sun Mar 27th, 2011 04:25 pm by MinerFortyNiner



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