Hello, I’m Guy Starbuck. I love exploring the deserts and mountains of the Western United States. Most of my adventures are to old mines and Native American rock art sites; the more remote, the better. Below is a list of my recent trips. Enjoy!

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Sprucemont

Sprucemont Ghost Town

Sprucemont (really called Spruce Mountain) was actually a few mining camps spread across Spruce Mountain. First mined for lead-silver ore ...
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Carrot Men Pictographs

Carrot Men Pictographs

Off in western Colorado is a small canyon that cuts through sandstone with a unique set of blue and red ...
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Fan Mine

Fan Mine

This is a small mine out in the East Mojave. History is vague on this prospect but it is probably ...
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Lone Warrior Pictograph

Lone Warrior Pictograph

The Lone Warrior is all by himself in the Utah desert. He is well drawn and worth a visit ...
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Cary’s Sun Cave Pictographs

Cary’s Sun Cave Pictographs

Out in the area near Cary's Castle is a fascinating pictograph site hidden under a large boulder. It took a ...
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“Silver Edsel” Mill

“Silver Edsel” Mill

Mines in this part of Idaho were first worked in the 1880s and 1890s but development didn't start in a ...
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Crescent Peak Arrastra

Crescent Peak Arrastra

I visited a fairly modern arrastra in southern Nevada not too long ago. It is mostly intact with the drag ...
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“Supercave” Pictographs

“Super Cave” Pictographs

This is a sandstone rock shelter in southern Nevada with an interesting assortment of pictographs. Native American Southern Paiute and ...
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Brooklyn Mine (Boulder Creek District)

Brooklyn Mine (Boulder Creek District)

I couldn't find much history on this spot. Only that it was worked in 1907 for silver, lead, zinc, and ...
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Paiute Cave Pictographs

Paiute Cave Pictographs

Inside of a collapsed lava tube in northern Arizona is a set of Virgin Anasazi pictographs. Caves were believed to ...
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