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    Default Wickahoney Stage Station-Owyhee Co. Idaho

    Originally posted by Andrew P

    : Does anyone know any info about the Wickahoney Stage coach station in Owyhee County, Idaho? I have a picture from a maqazine that was taken in 1992. I was wondering if it was still standing and any other site or information about it.
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    Default Re: Wickahoney Stage Station-Owyhee Co. Idaho

    Originally posted by Ryan J. Hill

    : All that remains standing today, are a few walls (quite low to the earth), the base foundations and scattered rubble around the area. Try a search engine, you may be able to find modern photos of the station.


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    Default Re: Wickahoney Stage Station-Owyhee Co. Idaho

    Originally posted by Bill Eastlake

    : I know exactly how to get there. It's about 10 miles of dirt road off a paved state highway and only the last few miles has some ruts. I've driven a VW bus into it. There's a beautiful spring just behind it, with a small reservoir and stream. There are usually wild horses in the vicinity. I looks like the picture someone sent, but the horno (beehive oven) out back still looks usable.


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    I know this is a old post. The history of Wickahoney is well discribed here as well as some cool pictures.

    http://www.everytrail.com/view_trip.php?trip_id=1539306
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    id be curious to make the venture up there. trying to get a bead on its location

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    actually, after tooling around google maps, i realized ive driven past the turn off dozens of times! might go take a peak some time. Is the road through the creek / ravine passable with car?

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