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    Default Holbrook, ID

    I took a drive this past Memorial weekend across Southern Idaho and was amazed at all of the homesteads that pepper the landscape. Holbrook is about 20 miles west of Malad City. It is a semi-ghost town because there is still a population there. But there were a large number of old wooden homes and what appeared to be a mill that is still intact. Definitely worth seeing. Just thought I would pass this along.

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    Default So you are the one

    You must be the one that bought the winning lotto ticket in Idaho....
    Visit Colorado Ghost Towns at http://www.rockymountainprofiles.com

    No Sales pitch just plenty of photos and stories.

    "I led a quieter life before I got hearing aids." Mike

    Rocky

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    I wish! I sure would not be sitting at work today. They would have fired me by now

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    Exclamation holbrook{cowtown}

    there is still a bit of life in holbrook....but like ya say...plenty of abandoned homesteats around the area worth explorin...just take yer metal detector
    ghostriderghostriderghostriderghostrider

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