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Bodie - Boone Store
California
Finally made it to Bodie. Unfortunately, we arrived shortly before they closed (yes, they close the abandoned town) so there wasn't much time to take pictures and sightsee. Lots of smoke from the "Rim" fire that was still burning added to the surreal feeling.
Copyright: Jim Quittmeyer
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Tags: town; abandoned; mining; ghost
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