Originally Posted by azflycaster
The campground was not crowded and was very nice. The staff was very friendly and helpful. They have a small store with a Subway Sandwich shop as well as a gas station ($3.09 for regular).
The ruins is on private land and appears to get a bit of traffic. Here are a few things that a metal detector might find....
Also, Greg and Debi have visited the site as well....
Egads, I don't care HOW bad that '58 Impala is, anything can be fixed!!!! I have to make sure Donna does NOT see these pictures before I convince her she needs to drive us there next spring
. Of course once we are there and she sees that it's repairable she'll probably WANT me to get it home
. Oh sure, she may not say it, but I'll know by her body language. When she gets all quiet and doesn't answer when I say "now wouldn't that look great in front of the Flying Cloud" I know it's just emotion and she's hiding her joy.
I suspect if I even ventured the thought of bringing another car home in that shape it would take the police a long time to find my corpse buried somewhere in that very large crater.
Great pictures guys. Wish we'd of been there.
A cowl tag for a '38 Pontiac Woody? Now that's a treasure.