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    • By Backwoods Beast
      What's everyones take on giving out locations of abandoned mines and ghost towns? I just saw Bob's post about not giving out locations because of vandals. When I watch most of everyones videos and we almost always give the name of the mine or town. Which isn't giving out directions to the place but it also makes it pretty easy to google research and find it if you're really curious. But I'm just kind of wondering what are the things that we shouldn't give out so willingly? For instance, A while back when I first started, I posted a hike to some petroglyphs and I got a bunch "no-no" comments saying I shouldn't give out the location and all I did was do a google search of "petroglyphs in northern Nevada." And it was a really tough (5.5 hour) hike. So, to me, I feel like if you're willing to make that trek you should be granted access to see these things for yourself, if you're really curious.
       
      Also, here is my latest abandoned ghost town video I forgot to post if anyone is interested. But how do you feel about me putting the name in the title and the thumbnail??? Anyways, Thanks! and have a nice day guys!
       
       
    • By MollyBoy
      So me and my cousin found these abandoned train tunnels near where we live and we decided to check them out on camera. We don't get to the tunnels until around the 5:30 mark. It was honestly so long and freezing when inside. Take a look for yourself to see what it is like and i'll be sure to give out the location to anyone that wants it. 
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VY2Z1SQ
    • By braindead0
      Going to be spending a few days up there with a riding/exploring buddy..  Done tunnel camp and mills/mines in the canyons around there.  j
      We'll be trucking the bikes into various areas, so we could range pretty far out. 
      Just looking for names, there are so many mines and various things recorded by USGS figured maybe someone could help me narrow down the list.  We'll likely explore every nook and cranny we can but there's one hell of a lot of land out there.
    • By Frito's World
      Exploring abandoned house literally  in the middle of nowhere. I get chills when I find one of Texas most dangerous predators lurking in the shadows. Check it out!
       
       
       
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