fly with it’s rotors not turning. This pictures was not cropped, it flew low over
camp yesterday. I must say he is getting good with it.
Kent and Leann has arrived Monday, even Baily came with them.
DesertDale took me on a ride the other day to this "Historic Town of Tumco". It was a going minning town back in the 1800's.
Gold was first founded in 1862 in the are. Tumco had some 3,000 residents and many saloons. Such as the Golden Queen, the Golden Cross and others. They were open 24 hours a day.
Much more info at: http://www.blm.gov./ca/st/en/fo/elentro/recreation,tumco.html . Hope that is right.
Tumco was like many towns in the area. It went through several periods of ups and downs. One of the latest was in 1995, when American Girl Minning Joint Venture begain.
They had 40 to 100 stamp mills, that produced $1,000.00 per day in gold.
It slowy disappeared into the past. There are very few things left to remind you of the past , but yhe residue will always be there to view.
There are just piles of rock on the graves has no markers, as you can see.
Clouds have came in. So will cut this off. Kitfoxgal