Clicking the pics is my shtick. It could be yours if you click quick.
This is the original name of the little town just outside the Vulture Mine where the mine workers and their families lived. Apparently this is the new name of what used to be called the Vulture Mine tour.
This is the last chapter in the Ray's studio saga. At the end you'll find some links to information about Ray if you're interested in knowing more. He's an interesting, and talented person, and I've got a feeling there might be bigger things in store for him, especially if he hooks back up with Hollywood .
Tomorrow I will get back to almost normal. I've still got a few pictures of Tombstone I want to share, but by the next day I will be posting pictures of Rockhound State Park where I'm at now.
At least all the mice I saw were cute. There the only cute things in Ray's imaginary world.
It's a tough life even for the mice in this world, the crow has one in his mouth, and is working on the second.
This coffin is chained closed because people obviously didn't want what was in the coffin getting out, but by the looks of all the broken boards....it might not be working.
Even the trees in this world are creepy looking. But the story I was told about this tree was very uplifting.
A close-up of the puppet master gives you a better look at how he's made.
This is what Ray calls his business at the Vulture Mine. And if you would like to see and read more about Ray Villafane here's some places you can go.
But mark my words, if you look at his pumpkin carvings on the Internet ordinary jack-o'-lanterns will never look the same.