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A mid winter look at place that was actually only occupied for one summer in 1878.


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Thanks Pat :clap:
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Were there any structures?
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I dunno - it just doesn't seem desolate enough ....
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Couvi wrote: Thu Feb 28, 2019 8:26 am Were there any structures?
I don't know, but given the very short duration of the occupation, my guess is not. Probably just a tent camp, perhaps with a few crude log structures. It's very close to the Black Hills so hauling logs would have involved a very short trip.
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