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    Default Strawberry School House

    This isn't exactly a ghost town, but I thought some history buffs like myself may find it interesting. I recently visit Strawberry, Arizona (a very small town about 1.5 hours north of Phoenix). Uknown to me, this little town contains the oldest standing school in Arizona. It's a one room log cabin that was built in 1884. Very interesting little place.Name:  strawberry2_500.jpg
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    For more information, you can visit Experience Arizona at: http://www.experience-az.com/About/a...hoolhouse.html

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    Very interesting. Thanks for posting
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    Nice, thank you for sharing!

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    That is awesome, I love that list.

    Reminds me of the rules for being an stagecoach driver in Wolf Creek, Oregon.
    "Thou shalt not shoot at any passing animals"
    "Thou shalt not drink. If you must drink, share it with passengers"

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    Great photos Matt. Been by this school a few times; next time I'll have to stop and check it out.
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    Neat little place. I was there a few years ago. Nice pic's, thanks for posting.
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    It's amazing what surprises some of these little places have.

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    Great photos, thanks for sharing them.

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