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2 names same mine, again?

Posted by Rick Dalrymple  
Rick Dalrymple May 13, 2012 05:14AM
Mindat has this mine labed the Enid occurance,

Enid Occurance on Mindat

But my topo map calls it the Blue Hill mine

Bell Hill on Mindat is farther north
Rick Dalrymple May 13, 2012 05:16AM
My question is which do I go by. I photographed both today but what name do I go by to upload the photos?

I know I am in my own little world, but everyone knows me here.
David Von Bargen May 13, 2012 10:37AM
Bell Hill didn't have a lat/long listed (now updated). The Blue Hill you listed was in Wyoming, not in the Spor Mountain area.
Rick Dalrymple May 13, 2012 02:45PM
I am glad you could figure out what I was trying to say, when I used the Wyoming Bell Hill mine instead of the Utah one. Thanks for fixing that. I was confused as to why it was in a different place that what the topo maps showed.

I know I am in my own little world, but everyone knows me here.
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