In 1900, Adamsville was wiped away by a flood when the Gila River overflowed its banks. This town was small with around 400 residences and was bustling with activity. It had several water towers and a thriving flour mill. Today, all that is left of Adamsville is a couple of cemeteries, a water tower, tanks from the flour mill, and a shell of an adobe building. I did get pictures of them except for the adobe building. They had it fenced off and we were too tired to trespass. I know, I know, but it was hot and we were ready to get home.
I scheduled this to post at exactly 12:13 am on
This is the exact time and day I was born 52 years ago.