Not yours or mine but silver and gold mines. There are hundreds of them where we are right now, with the majority of them being silver mines. But there are also hundreds of mine shafts in the area, so walking where one is walking is quite precarious. Only walk or hike on suggested trails.
One in particular that we hiked the other day is the well know Castle Dome Mine.
Kofa National Wildlife Refuge. Keep your eyes open for the abundant wildlife, which includes desert bighorn sheep, mule deer, coyote, cottontail, bobcat, fox and golden eagle. You can visit a cave once inhabited by Native Americans. Cross rocky McPherson Pass through the Castle Dome Mountains. The recent rains did that pass in if they repair it before we leave we'll go back. Hike to well-preserved cabins at Big Eye Mine.We stopped at the Castle Dome Mines Museum and learn about the area’s extensive mining history.Your trip starts out as an easy washboard gravel road which Mr is not afraid to travel on with the truck. Anything more than that we walk.
Next is a very large lake in the area that we must go search for.