On our first visit to Clark Mountain, we knew that we’d have to return because we’d barely scratched the surface. So, here we are again, headed back for a sequel! This time we want to get a look at the massive flooded open pit of the old Colosseum gold mine. Along the way we’re hoping to find a couple of prehistoric agave roasting pits and a 1920-1930’s mine camp. After the Colosseum, we’ll head up Curtis Canyon to look for a cabin and mine remains reported to be in the area. Finally, we’ll need to do some driving to relocate to the site that we want to explore tomorrow. We’ll be scouting for a good campsite that’s near what we hope will be another group of 1870-1890’s silver mines similar to the ones we explored last time. We know that the scenery will be spectacular and we’re hoping that the weather will cooperate. If you’d like to join us for the cyber version of our ramble, you’d better gas up the recliner and grab some blankets. We’ve got a lot of ground to cover and it’s gonna be cold at night! To get started, click on the Part 1 photo link below!