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Old 09-03-2020, 09:28 PM   #441 (permalink)
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It has been so long I forgot how to use this forum. I was just now able to log back in. My regards.
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Old 09-04-2020, 07:21 AM   #442 (permalink)
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It is good to see you posting again. Most of the "old gang" now hang out at Large Scale Central. You may want to pay a visit over there.

Regrettably, the database folks here lost the access to most of our photographs well over a year ago, so that started a mass exodus. Some of us still visit here, but it is no longer the primary posting place.

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John J, I did not forget your question: [i]"Speaking of Mines. When was the last time any one has been down in the Tunnels of the old copper Mine? Most of them should have caved in by now maybe?"
Last year two men rappelled from the 600 level--the top of the vertical shaft--to the 800 level, which leads to the main adit for the upper ML camp. What they found was that the tunnel leading out was blocked by ice and collapsed rock--as expected--at about 1000 feet from what used to the main entrance.
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It is good to see you posting again. Most of the "old gang" now hang out at Large Scale Central. You may want to pay a visit over there.

Regrettably, the database folks here lost the access to most of our photographs well over a year ago, so that started a mass exodus. Some of us still visit here, but it is no longer the primary posting place.

Best wishes, David Meashey

Thanks. I have gone ahead and set myself back up over there too.
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