|This is the entrance of the cave, which
extends some 40 feet back into the mountain -- and has a hidden exit. Treasures
and loot for the taking was not far away. The old Butterfield Stage Line ran
through this area on its winding way to California. There was also a major road
to Texas not far away. During the Civil War deserters from both sides of the
conflict used this area for a rest stop. One can imagine the furious epithets
hurled at national leaders for embroiling the country in such a murderous
Ever since King David was an outlaw little bands of roving marauders have been associated with stolen treasure. Needless to say, this area has been tromped over by thousands of treasure hunters.
But please note, you will need special permission to use your metal detector here.
|It's much easier to strike up a conversation
with people who are enjoying themselves. Kyle just walked up and said, "Hey,
you ever been here before?" Before he could shake a stick her daddy was on the
way over to put a stop to the budding romance. I told him not to wear that
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