Perseverance Mine

In 2006, we met up with a few old friends: Bill C., Lewis, Cat, Micah, Snow Nymph, Desert Mouse, Dan, Brian, and family, for this hike to a forgotten and seldom visited mine camp. We stayed up a little too late the night before, having a good time and reminiscing, but everyone was smiling the next morning. What a great time we had on this trip!

First worked in the 1860s, the mine was one of the earliest in the district. It had a relatively minor production of silver and was soon overshadowed by its neighbors. These days, the mining camp is much more interesting than the mine, with its few remaining wooden buildings and pieces of equipment still intact.

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