Steve, Gary, Cat & Jim


these are very old and made from stones and wood
One of three remaining Cabins

someone could take shelter in here during a storm
This Cabinone even has a good roof

Keystone was an obscure mining camp from the late 1860s  There wasn’t much activity until 1898 when ore was uncovered that assayed as high as 600 ounces of silver and $120 in gold per ton.   Unfortunately, this first load of ore was to be the only good one.  Efforts to locate new deposits were fruitless and by the end of the summer most of the population had left and the post office had closed.

this one needs a roof
The last stone Building we could find

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