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Aug 2nd 2012 8:31PM I went with the intention of checking this town out about 6 months or so ago and it was closed up with a fence and locked gate. Does it say how long ago the author visited and I missed it somewhere? There are a lot of great ghost towns in this neck of the woods and I have been to most of them. Fairbanks is one of the best. It is kept up by the BLM and the original old buildings still stand. You can't go inside but you can peer through the windows. And it has a wonderful trail leading up the the old grave yard and the view is to die for (no pun intended)! You can see for miles in all directions and there is no sign of civilization. You feel like you stepped back in time 100 years. Fairbanks is on the Arizona side. There is rarely anyone there. It is not a tourist ghost town like Tombstone.
Aug 2nd 2012 5:48PM Actually javelinas are not a wild pig as many believe. The belong to the peccary group of hoofed manmals that orginated from South America. They are very common in the area around Tucson and east into New Mexico. They are actually more related as a species to a rodent than a wild pig. Just FYI.
Dec 16th 2006 7:23AM err...Maria and just a few other blowhards out there...you are sitting here reading this dribble and enjoying it...and $2500 is not much for someone to spend whom has as much money as Demi and those folks have, it is all relevant to your actual income...so instead of attempting to be so noble, why don't you go to bed, get a good nights sleep and get up bright and early and go donate your time to the Salvation Army and other worthy causes. Amen.