One of my favorite buildings at Bannack Ghost Town has always been the doctor’s house. The artifacts tell a story and the window light provides a good photographic setting. These are some images I took shortly before the July 17, 2013 flood changed the town and filled it with mud, debris and marble-sized hail stones that hung around for days in the cold corners of many buildings. I look forward to returning to Bannack as soon as they reopen. I am anxious to see what the doctor’s house will look like after the cleanup. I wonder if they lost any of these old relics.

Bannack Ghost Town - Caryn Esplin - Docs Bedroom Bannack Ghost Town - Caryn Esplin - Old Trunk Bannack Ghost Town - Caryn Esplin - Docs Living Room Bannack Ghost Town - Caryn Esplin - Docs Kitchen Bannack Ghost Town - Caryn Esplin - Monarch Stove Bannack Ghost Town - Caryn Esplin - Kitchen Wall Bannack Ghost Town - Caryn Esplin - Window View Bannack Ghost Town - Caryn Esplin - Red Candlesticks Bannack Ghost Town - Caryn Esplin - Organ Stops Bannack Ghost Town - Caryn Esplin - Sewing Machine Doc's Sewing Machine - Caryn Esplin - Bannack Ghost TownBannack Ghost Town - Caryn Esplin - Docs Kitchen

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