The Territorial Enterprise had just moved to their current location before the fire and the presses in the basement were saved.
This is the John Mackay mansion. He was one of the four partners known as the Bonanza Kings. (click to read their story)
The view from 'C' street.
And of course a chance to pan for gold.
The consolidated mine was actually two mines with a combined shaft.
The Comstock gold mill.
A stagecoach that actually ran in the late 1800's.
Hard to see with the reflection, but that is one enormous geode.
On the way home, past the Gold Hill depot.
Down below is the Gold Hill cemetery.
These are wild free range horses.
We stopped so they could admire us.
This is one of three herds we saw on the way up and back.
That completes my visit to Virginia City, next stop will be Laws California and another ghost town. Before I leave there will be a laundry day and the usual getting ready to travel chores. Still busy enjoying the good life.