Check out this website on burial sites at Tip Top, AZ.
This is also interesting reading. It's about Jack Swilling who once owned the Tip Top Mine and made quite a name for himself in Arizona's History. He was both famous and infamous, be sure to check out his "letter to the public", the link is at the top of the page.
Last edited by LauraA; 09-20-2006 at 03:41 PM.
Joker 2.1...........Thanks for the links to the Tip Top Mine. I'm going to make a run thru the Bradshaws this winter, and Tip Top is on my list... ...........
October 22, 2006
I have received several emails asking if the TIP TOP property is still for sale. YES it is still for sale. The owner can be contacted at (602) 266-5292 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Much more information is available. Thanks for everyone's interest.
Last edited by pmcleator; 01-07-2014 at 08:04 PM.
Johnnie & Sheila, Maybe one of the computer experts here can walk you through the changes necessary on your security settings. It's probably just a button to click on or something like that. I wish I could help, but my setup is different cause I'm on AOL. I KNOW it's frustrating when these infernal machines misbehave!
Does anyone know what Johnnie & Sheila would have to do to change their settings to allow them to be able to click on links people are posting here on the forum? They used to be able to do it, but evidently inadvertently clicked on something to change their settings.
When we do find out what happen. It will just keep us on this contraption longer and sometimes we just don't care what is over the next hill, as we once did.
Your Fellow Ghsttowners
Johnnie & Sheila
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