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  • John Spiess

    Abandoned Mines

  • Karen & Ray

    Things are different above 10,000 feet. Visitors to Leadville, Colorado learn that lesson quickly, huffing and puffing while climbing a single flight of stairs, withering under the harsh glare of the sun or succumbing quickly to a drink in one of the many saloons along Harrison Avenue, which doesn't seem to have changed since the nation's highest settlement was incor...

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