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    Here are a few pics of Vulture mine in the area of Wickenburg, Arizona. This is worth the trip to see.
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    Nice pics, Ripsaw. Cool little set up in that shop area (2nd pic).

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    Thanks Ripsaw. It is a MUST see in Arizona, easily one of the best "pay per view" sites in the state.
    I love that gigantic generator room with the equipment intact.

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    Way cool...........Speedy

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    That is AWESOME! Good thing it's a "pay-per-view" site, otherwise we wouldn't be able to see all that neat stuff!!
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    I got my kicks for 10 bucks. It's a doosie!

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    Ripsaw!
    Explore more around Wickenburg, ie, get up past the back of Mcdonalds into the hills behind for a few old minning spots.
    Also dont forget Congress, turn right past Frog Rock, towards the refuse station, for Stanton, Octave and Weaver.
    Go past Yarnell (good food at the bakery) just before Kirkland Junction you will find Wagoner turn of.
    Heaps to see in this area from Wickenburg to Prescott.
    A real treat is the Skull Valley general store.

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    Rev, I'll do that on my next trip over that way. I did a few motorcycle trips through Skull Valley from Wikiup over to Prescott. That is some nice turf out there. Lots of awesome cactus and even seen a Javalena (wild pig). If I could get the wifey out of California, thats where I would bunker up.

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