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tombstonecowboy on June 17, 2011

Cindy, so wonderful, this is a wonderful story. This is a great little house and restored wonderfully by current owner. Wyatt spent only 2 and a half years in this house, His brother Virgil lived across the street, but unfortunately som kida playing with matches accidentally burned that house down. I,m glad to hear the story of your grandparents. My best of greetingsto you, Harri

BullsTalk on August 22, 2011

Can't believe I missed this place on my visit to Tombstone 6 years ago. Guess I need to go back and do some more siteseeing!

tombstonecowboy on October 27, 2011

BullsTalk, yes indeed, I think you should go back, There is always something new o disover in this 1880,s mining camp. My best to you, Harri

tombstonecowboy on April 6, 2012

20 000 visits, amazing!!, Thank you so much all Panoramio friends. Wyatt is still alive. ;)

Matti Henrik on May 22, 2013

Pyssyt piiloon ja vihdat esille :)

tombstonecowboy on September 14, 2013

Niinpä niin, ja kiitos käynnistä Marri Henrik

Jürgen Weighardt on July 26, 2014

nice photo of the old heritage. ~+~+~+~ LIKE! / GEFÄLLT MIR! ~+~+~+~+~ Jürgen grüßt Dich aus Frankfurt am Main / Jürgen says hello from Frankfurt-upon-Main (Germany)

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  • Uploaded on September 5, 2007
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    by tombstonecowboy
    • Camera: Polaroid i532
    • Taken on 2007/04/26 14:08:03
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    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
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