The San Francisco Peaks near Flagstaff as viewed through a window in the remnants of one of the stone structures that remains of Two Guns. This particular structure was likely a living quarters as it appears to have had multiple rooms, was upgraded to running water at some point, and was victim of one of two fires that occurred at Two Guns. Access to the root cellar was only for those of lesser stature as the very narrow opening could hardly accommodate my thirteen year old. There even appeared to have been wood fired stoves in more than one of the rooms. Makes me wonder if it was an early hostel of the area. Improvements to the structure were easy to spot by the presence of concrete rather than mortar.