Old Stone Line Shacks Along The Wild Burro Trail   6 comments

The Remains Of  Two Old Stone Line Shacks, Used By Early Cattleman,
Along The Wild Burro Trail Located In The Tortolita Mountains In The Dove Mountain Area.
Learn More About Dove Mountain Trails At The Dove Mountain Hikers Website. — Images by kenne

6 responses to “Old Stone Line Shacks Along The Wild Burro Trail

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  1. In Escalante Canyon near Delta, Colorado, where I was born, there is a stone house used by one of the first hermit settlers in Western Colorado. These photos remind me of a childhood when we climbed up to the shack and spent some hours thinking about the man who built and lived in the shack in such a wild, remote place and his life. These shacks are built from different stones, but represent a fond memory nevertheless. Thank you, Kenne.

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  2. Wow. I obviously didn’t spend enough time lookin’ around here the first time I visited your blog. Good stuff!

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