Miami, not Florida!

Miami, not Florida!

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Miami, not Florida!

  • Everytime I think about the name Miami, I automatically connect it to Florida. The awesome beaches and hot bods laying in the sand. But this is the Miami founded in 1907, by the Miami Copper Company. Located in Gila county, Arizona. Yes, it’s a small city, with a small population and lots of interesting buildings.I took the liberty of taking pictures of the City in Arizona called Miami now.

The Baker hotel in Mineral wells, Texas is quite haunting!

The Baker hotel in Mineral wells, Texas is quite haunting!

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The Baker hotel in Mineral wells, Texas is quite haunting!

The Baker hotel in Mineral wells, Texas is quite haunting!

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The Baker hotel in Mineral wells, Texas is quite haunting!

While driving through Mineral Wells, Tx, you can’t help but notice the fourteen story building lurking over the city! A masterpiece in architecture. It was designed by Wyatt C Hendricks, built in 1929. It houses 450 guests, two ballrooms, a bowling alley, outdoor pool, and a gymnasium! Pretty impressive! Many famous people went there like Judy Garland, Glen Miller Band, even Bonnie and Clyde came for drinks. They claim the water in Mineral wells heals and is very therapeutic. It closed in 1972 , it has been abandoned since.

The Mogollan ghost town in New Mexico – desertexplorations.com

Mogollan historic district is really worth visiting! In the Catron county lies a very isolated ghost town that was found by a man named James C Cooney. He found gold there and decided it would make a great mining town. He started to build a cabin, jail and a post office in 1890.By 1909, it…
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The Mogollan ghost town in New Mexico

Mogollan historic district is really worth visiting! In the Catron county lies a very isolated ghost town that was found by a man named James C Cooney. He found gold there and decided it would make a great mining town. He started to build a cabin, jail and a post office in 1890.By 1909, it was a booming town! Unfortunately, due to fires and a lot of flooding, it started to decline. There was a movie with Henry Fonda filmed there called “My name is Nobody.”