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post by Abby Normal   |  | 
Exploring a Death Valley mine
< on 9/13/2022 10:39 PM >

Hi All!

A couple of weekends ago, I got to head out to Tecopa for a day of mine exploring. I have a new addition to the Outdoor Adventure TV team, John Dolch. He's going to be behind the camera in many of our future videos. We had a great time wandering around the Noonday Mine and shooting a video. It's a neat mine that dives deep into the mountain. Join us as we explore!






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post by Rinzler   |  | 
Re: Exploring a Death Valley mine
<Reply # 1 on 9/14/2022 9:14 PM >

Awesome


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post by Abby Normal   |  | 
Re: Exploring a Death Valley mine
<Reply # 2 on 9/15/2022 2:17 AM >

Posted by Rinzler
Awesome


Thank you! Glad you liked it!

Abby


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post by Illmatic    |  | 
Re: Exploring a Death Valley mine
<Reply # 3 on 9/15/2022 6:53 PM >

As soon as you said that timber was bent I would have been running out of there lol


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post by leafloving4x4gal   |  | 
Re: Exploring a Death Valley mine
<Reply # 4 on 9/15/2022 6:57 PM >

I must admit, I do not have the intestinal fortitude to cave but enjoy your videos and learning about so much.

Thanks for sharing.


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post by leafloving4x4gal   |  | 
Re: Exploring a Death Valley mine
<Reply # 5 on 9/15/2022 6:57 PM >

I must admit, I do not have the intestinal fortitude to cave but enjoy your videos and learning about so much.

Thanks for sharing.


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post by Abby Normal   |  | 
Re: Exploring a Death Valley mine
<Reply # 6 on 9/19/2022 2:52 AM >

Posted by Illmatic
As soon as you said that timber was bent I would have been running out of there lol


LOL!! My daughter lasted about 10 minutes underground before she had enough. It's certainly not for everyone. But you can experience it from the comfort of your phone or TV, which is a large part of why I do the videos. I love the underground and want to share the experience. I hope you enjoyed it!

Abby Normal


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post by Abby Normal   |  | 
Re: Exploring a Death Valley mine
<Reply # 7 on 9/19/2022 2:55 AM >

Posted by leafloving4x4gal
I must admit, I do not have the intestinal fortitude to cave but enjoy your videos and learning about so much.

Thanks for sharing.



It's not for everyone...except on YouTube, then it's for everyone. Absolutely nothing wrong with it not being for you. There are lots of amazing activities that I don't do, for any number of reasons. Thanks for watching though. I really appreciate it!

Abby Normal


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post by Lomax   |  | 
Re: Exploring a Death Valley mine
<Reply # 8 on 9/22/2022 10:45 AM >

What a great video. Thank you for your knowledge and insight


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post by Abby Normal   |  | 
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<Reply # 9 on 9/23/2022 3:27 PM >

Posted by Lomax
What a great video. Thank you for your knowledge and insight


Thank you so much! It really is a passion for me. I have a couple of upcoming trips that are going to be "bucket list" explores for me.

The first is the silver mines in and around Tombstone AZ. We are supposed to be helping explore some areas that haven't been visited since the miners left in the early 1900s. I always love untouched mines.

I can't give details about the second explore yet. If it happens as planned, it will be a huge milestone for that site. It's a historic site from the late 1800s and our team has been invited to lead their team to evaluate the condition. This is the initial explore so we don't know if we will get back 1,000 feet, or miles to the extreme end.

Excited Abby


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