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"Trail Signs" Along the PNT - Gold on the Trail

The early dawn light was a welcome relief to Jack Rowley as he awoke from a fitful night’s sleep. It was spring, 1877 in the Washington Territory. For the last five years Jack had been yearning to search for that elusive mother lode of gold rumored to be…
  The early dawn light was a welcome relief to Jack Rowley as he awoke from a fitful night's sleep. It was spring, 1877 in the Washington Territory.  For the last five years … http://pnt.org/blog/trail-signs-along-pnt-gold-trail/