The weather was in the 70's, the hike was short, and the signs were interesting from a historic view point, but if you're looking for a lot of nicely preserved ruins, this is not for you. We had visited the ghost town of Fairbank, and did this on the way home. Would have rather stayed on the San Pedro river near Fairbank and played in the shade, but did find it somewhat interesting.
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