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The Good Enough mine was converted into a tourist attraction as a memoir of the Tombstone. But before the conversion, the new owners Andree and Shirley De Journett had to undergo tedious work aside from paying $60,000 every acre of the property. They reopened the place for public on March 15, 2007.

The Good Enough mine tour is said to be the most convenient in America. It will only take 30 seconds from the souvenir shops in Toughnut to the entrance of the cave. And in contrast with the usual high temperature in most mining caves, Good Enough is dry, dark, and cool.

The mining cave is a man-made one which explains the symmetry of the coal and salt mine. There are passages twists and turn, as well as big rooms and high ceilings. The cave has a natural color of ore on its wall which is a result of the manual labor of the two people hired by Andree.

The owners plan on improving the place by importing burros to transfer mine equipment and attract more visitors. A shelter will also be built at the entrance, blacksmith shop, gift shops, and restaurant bar. Good Enough is probably the most modernized cave to have ever opened to the public.
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