This article was written in August 2012 for another website I created. Unfortunately, that website and idea went the way of the dinosaurs. But it still fits the bill for including on the Bondyweb, don't you think?
Does unique have to be small or just a cool idea? Or can it be big, like a ghost town in southwestern Idaho? I think Silver City, Idaho, in Owyhee County needs to be classified as unique in a big way. Read on to find out why...
The Road to Silver City isn't Paved
Toni, Addie and I or the entire Bondyweb Adventure Team team headed up into the Silver City Mountain for a visit to this bustling ghost town only 50 miles south of Boise. That's 50 miles as the crow flies but on this trip we decided to go by Arctic Cat ATV at least for the rougher parts of the journey.
The road to Silver City can get rather rough but by Idaho standards, it's darn near as smooth as a State Highway :-) With about 20 miles of dirt/gravel roads it's suitable for almost any car that has some tread left on the tire. In our opinion, all the rough and tumble driving is worth it just to see and experience Silver City.
Take the Video Tour
See the Photo's in a Slideshow
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