Driving on Highway 75, we saw the sign for the ghost town, and decided to go. The Idaho state parks have taken over management of the ghost town, and have done an excellent job. There were park employees there to give some history and information, and answer any questions. The buildings are amazingly interesting, even though you have to stay a safe distance behind the wood railing the state has put up. We were pleasantly surprised at how many structures there were still standing. The road above the main "town" is narrow, and follows a beautiful stream through a wooded landscape. We were very glad we took the detour to stop.
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