Monthly Archives: September 2011

30 Years in 52 Weeks – Week 10 – Year 2

Crater Lake National Park, Oregon   Did you know where the seventh deepest lake in the world can be found?  That would be in the state of Oregon in the U.S.A. with Crater Lake, the deepest in the nation.  Measuring … Continue reading

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30 Years in 52 Weeks – Week 9 – Year 2

Echo Canyon and Inyo Mine, Death Valley, California It’s now 2011 and only 106 years since the inception of the Inyo Mine in Echo Canyon of Death Valley National Park, California.  In January 1905, two prospectors named Maroni Hicks and … Continue reading

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30 Years in 52 Weeks – Week 8 – Year 2

Scotty’s Castle, Death Valley National Park, CA The history of Scotty’s Castle built during the California gold rush is as wild as some of the claims of the era.  Scotty’s Castle is located in the northern part of Death Valley … Continue reading

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