Joe T. Fallini BLM CG
With only a couple of more days left in Mackay, we wanted to spend some time in the cute town and go to the movie theatre. It's a non-profit, locally run, independent cinema. They had a different showing each month. This month was a cute show called the Biggest Little Farm. Kind of a docudrama about a family starting a farm in Southern California. It was very good!
Then we headed home just in time for another spectacular sunset!
We went through an old burn area.
And up one of those tricky, steep, rocky parts.
Rough patch in the road!
The only area we found water with small streams running across the road.
Old knarled trees.
That's the peak we're heading too.
As we headed back down we took some side roads to find a few more of the Mine Tour shacks.
The Copper Leaching Ponds.
Makes us look so small!
This was my favorite cabin of all. It's a mine claim owned by "Scott". He had the best views too!
Thanks Scott for sharing your special spot with us. We enjoyed exploring around.
I was enjoying all the flowers again!
Back down the open mountainside with some long views.
And up again.
That's the dirt road on the other side that takes us back near the Old Shay Railroad Bed.
Dinner in town to celebrate Diane's birthday, then we called it a night.
Good Night Mackay, and thanks for a great time!