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    Default What I found today just south of the house!

    I never knew this beauty was so close to home, thought you all would like to see it.

    This house is located just north of Spring City, Utah.

    Last edited by Hobo2; 03-12-2009 at 11:44 AM.
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    Hey, that's not fair, you have a cool back yard to play in...get to play house (old west style) and everything.

    Awesome view too!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darin View Post
    Hey, that's not fair, you have a cool back yard to play in...get to play house (old west style) and everything.

    Awesome view too!!!
    Ya, we have many, many old towns and houses around us, trouble is, people still live in most of them, lol.

    Spring City for instance, it is considered a ghost town, but you'd be hard pressed to find an empty house right in town.

    Thanks for the comment! I can't wait for spring so I can get out and do some more exploring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hobo2 View Post
    i can't wait for spring so i can get out and do some more exploring.
    same here!!!

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    Very cool! One of those ironies. Ghosttowning here decreases as the temps rise.
    "Life is a constant oscillation between the sharp horns of dilemmas."

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    Hobo, Neat pictures, beautiful area! It's kinda funny when you think about it. Those of us who are interested in ghosttowning and history get all excited when we find places like those...others either don't notice them at all or wonder when someone's going to paint them.

    Quote Originally Posted by Joel View Post
    Very cool! One of those ironies. Ghosttowning here decreases as the temps rise.
    We gauge ours exploration season by the temperatures too, when the snakes' temperatures rise, it's all over for us until cold weather arrives again.

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