On 10/17/2019 Jim Herring, Bob Croke, Ron Ziance and I drove to Death Valley to look for the Inyo Mine Camp. It should be noted that the mine camp and mines are not actually within the boundary of the Death Valley National Park. After thoroughly enjoying the ride through the Echo Canyon, we spent several hours roaming around and taking pictures of the Inyo Mine Camp. Even though many of its buildings are slowly deteriorating due to the natural elements of high winds and hot temperatures, it still has much to see and explore. It is truly a ghost town and mine. Click here for pictures and a description of this trip ... Inyo Mine Camp - Death Valley.
This Fall the Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Garden's display celebrates the beauty and wondrous culture of India with golden leaves, soothing waterfalls and, for the first time, two 14-foot exotic elephants. The display, called, The "Indian Summer". This display brings to life India’s culture, folklore and festivities through floral and botanical art. The captivating exhibit is Open through November 30, and is a striking departure from previous displays at Bellagio. It is absolutely a captivating exhibit and should not be missed. Click here for pictures and a description of this exhibit ... Bellagio's Conservatory Botanical Garden - 2019 Autumn Exhibit.
On 10/10/2019 Jim herring and I went back to Oakman with Bob Croke and Ron Ziance, neither of whom had ever been there before. The main purpose of this visit was to spend more time exploring its mine sites and try to gather more pictures and information about them. Here are some of the pictures we got and details we gathered. Check it out here ... Oatman Arizona - Trip Notes for 10/10/2019.
On 09/12/19 Jim Herring and I took a trip to Oatman Arizona via the Labyrinths in Laughlin NV. Click here to view their page ... Labyrinths in Laughlin-NV. We were not overly impressed by the labyrinths in Laughlin, but really enjoyed Oakman. Click here for the page on Oatman, Arizona ... Oatman Arizona. Even though we tried to visit some of the old gold mines, there was more to explore. I am planning on another trip in the near future.