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    Quote Originally Posted by fatbob309 View Post
    Was this where you were "stealing cows"?
    Nope not yet
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    Man. ::: nods head in admiration :::
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    Thanks. This place really was amazing


    IMG_7890 by No Stone Unturned Photography, on Flickr
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    Wow... What were the slats in the other pic? Looks like long bee hive slats.
    Touch the cow. Do it NOW!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatbob309 View Post
    Wow... What were the slats in the other pic? Looks like long bee hive slats.
    Really old core sample drawers
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    Ahhhhh yes...
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    And I do mean old
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    Love finding originals dates on stuff. Coolest thing ever.

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    I collected another photo in my interior smokestack scavenger hunt. This first one took three fences, an underwear river cross, a landowner who thought we were cattle rustlers who had come back for more, and me finding out with some patience and breathing techniques that I can squeeze through a 10" tall slot.

    Clarkdale

    TAPCO smokestack
    1917-1958
    220' high
    Brick - Steam power plant

    Superior

    Magma Copper Co smokestack
    1914-1971
    300' high
    Brick Smelter

    Mayer

    Great Western Smelter smokestack
    1916-Never used
    120' high
    Mayer, AZ
    Concrete Smelter
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