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PostPosted: Thu Dec 03, 2009 10:58 pm 
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Don't forget to take a couple of friends. I could suggest a couple, if you can't think of your own.

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Sounds to me like an outing is in order....sounds like fun too :D

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That slope does look neat.Yeah, I came across the bootleggers article some time ago.It really describes what it must have been like in those days.Man I wish I was around back then when it was in all it's glory.


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thats an old pic judging by the oil wick lamps, and this thing is still around??

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yeah that looks sweet any time period on it.

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Yeah, it's real vintage, but I hope to at least find something up there
They did do some timbering around there 50 some years ago....hopefully something is left, even if its just evidence that it existed.

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I'm gonna check with the Pillow hysterical society and see if they have more info on coal in pillow with approximate era

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hysterical ha ha ha :wink:

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