Most of the buildings were burnt to the ground a couple of years ago and the only house standing is the Burkhart house. It's a shame as the buildings were a favorite for people to photograph. Reason given was that the owners were affraid that they would fall on someone and it was also a place for under-age keggers. Now a local realestate agent has the 23 acre townsite for sale and it has 3 mines I'm not sure when they tore the mill down as it was accross the road from the main tunnel and they had a homemade traffic light to stop people when the pushed the ore carts into the mill. It was running on and off in the mid-60's. I went to school with Larry Burkhart, now deceased and got to know his Dad, Joe (Hardrock) Burkhart. He worked the claims around Pearl and was a watchman for the mining company and Idaho Power. Quite a character.