Last picture for now. My Jeep can easily handle inclines like that. There's Mrs. StupidBunny trying to hold back the awesome. Disregard the tilted horizon and mountain. There is no camera trickery here.
She looked at that, but there aren't any positions available there that compare to her current position. She just got another huge raise and bonus. If not for the medical bills, we'd be doing well financially. Now is not a good time to switch jobs anyway. These days, she's lucky to have a fulltime job on the Strip.
Did you take the side road up to the upper tailing pile? The turn off wasn't obvious at first, either from the ground or in google earth, but it would've taken you to near the top.
That was our second trip to that mine. We climbed it the first time and didn't notice the trail. We drove it up the last time, but it still only got us about halfway up. You are right that it's difficult to see. Even when you first turn onto it, it's hard to tell if it's actually a trail.
We went into every adit from top to bottom. It's always fun to explore, but we were disappointed that there wasn't much in the upper areas. All of them were just ore chutes to the lower levels. There were 4 main shafts up there. Each trickled down into the 2 main lower levels.
Back home now. Which one of you has the red JK? About an hour ago we were leaving St. Rose hospital on Eastern. Someone in a red JK yells "Hey, Stupid Bunny!" as he passes. He saw my wife was driving and his smile went away.
I've got a dark red JK, but if I would've seen your wife I would've yelled "Hey MRS Stupid Bunny!"
I saw that a few weeks ago. Kinda pissed me off. Not just for their stupidity, but the way they defended their immaturity in the comments. What they did is the kind of things a 5th grader would do.
It annoys me when I see people littering. I also view mines as historic sites, so in my head they're littering a historic site in the worst way. Also, from what I've seen, mines that are covered with bars are often done so to support a bat population.
I hope to see them on a future episode of 1,000 Ways To Die.
I shouldn't have said "like." It's amazing that people would think it a good idea to blast away at something that might just be the only thing keeping the roof over their own heads.