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    Default Unnamed ghost

    I'm hoping one of you more proficient in mapping could help me find the name of this GT.

    While browsing Google Earth, I came accross this ghost town with no name. Its about 100 miles north of Tucson.
    33"39'46.36" N
    110"34"21.32" W

    I tried uploading the Google kmz. file, but it was an invalid file type.

    Thanks!
    Brian

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    Looks like the Reservation.
    "Life is a constant oscillation between the sharp horns of dilemmas."

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    Joel,
    You are a lot better at reading maps than I am, so I take your word on it!

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    Hard to tell without going there. My guess is that it's an Apache ranch or something. If you go, you will need a permit from the Tribe to go onto their lands.
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    It looks like it's in the Sontag Mesa Quad. Summit Hut or that Flag shop on North 1st ought to have it. I could find no older map on line for that quad.

    http://alabamamaps.ua.edu/historical...pos/index.html
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    One of these days I'm going to have a reliable enough car and some gas money and drive up there and tell you whats going on!

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