GC30ZBN), we ran across the remnants of the town of Aripine, Arizona. I'd never heard of it. Based on web research, it looks like most other people haven't either. There were a few old log cabins with newer sheet metal roofs.
Google Maps suggests that the stone house served as the post office at one time but I'm betting it was the stone building to the left of the house.
Petrified Forest National Park. It leaves one to wonder the source of this petrified wood.
The best part of the open gate was the nearly unreadable No Trespassing sign! (As always, click on the photo for a larger version.)
Apparently, Aripine was best known for the Sundown Girls Ranch. It was quite popular 50-60 years ago with girls (and a separate ranch for boys) from eastern cities. The girls ranch still shows on the map, but it's not clear if it's in operation.