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Teal-blue rocks are scattered around the mine site while "Sleeping-head Rock" keeps watch from the right side

Teal-blue rocks are scattered around the mine site while "Sleeping-head Rock" keeps watch from the right side It appears that rock, silt and wood debris tumbles continually down into Keystone Canyon from the old mine siteThumbnailsA trickle of rusty, contaminated water exudes from a tunnel in the hillside above the mine tailingsIt appears that rock, silt and wood debris tumbles continually down into Keystone Canyon from the old mine siteThumbnailsA trickle of rusty, contaminated water exudes from a tunnel in the hillside above the mine tailingsIt appears that rock, silt and wood debris tumbles continually down into Keystone Canyon from the old mine siteThumbnailsA trickle of rusty, contaminated water exudes from a tunnel in the hillside above the mine tailingsIt appears that rock, silt and wood debris tumbles continually down into Keystone Canyon from the old mine siteThumbnailsA trickle of rusty, contaminated water exudes from a tunnel in the hillside above the mine tailingsIt appears that rock, silt and wood debris tumbles continually down into Keystone Canyon from the old mine siteThumbnailsA trickle of rusty, contaminated water exudes from a tunnel in the hillside above the mine tailings

"Sleeping-head Rock," as I call it, looks like a side-profile carving of a head with the exaggerated eyes, nose and lips of a cartoon character. Fred Flintstone?