We're six days into the show. Had full crowds over the holiday weekend but crowds are smaller during the beginning of the week. While this is not unusual the 106 degree temps haven't helped.Since the…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim Muche Sep 22, 2013.
There are a number of mines that were worked in the local San Gabriel and other Southern California mountains. When I was younger most of them could be reached on horseback or on foot. Development…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim Muche Aug 21, 2013.
There are a number of mines that were worked in the local San Gabriel and other Southern California mountains. When I was younger most of them could be reached on horseback or on foot. Development and trail erosion have now made them much harder to find and get to. Landslides have also wiped out any trace of others.
Here is a bit about the Stanley-Miller Mine, where gold was mined from 1913 to 1939. I understand it can still be reached but it is more difficult now. It’s located a mile beyond the "Bridge to Nowhere" on the East Fork of the San Gabriel River and 1,200 feet above Iron Fork Junction. There are five tunnels of which two are blocked and there is an ore cart at the entrance of the main tunnel. The remains of a stone cabin is also at the site. I didn't enter the mine but I understand there are about 700 feet of open tunnels.
Just got this notice and thought I would pass it along to those in North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia who might have missed it.
Bartlett Milling Company Issues Recall of Horse Food
Julie Salley, (816) 489-2458
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – October 31, 2014 – Bartlett Milling Company has initiated a limited…Continue
Posted on November 5, 2014 at 10:46am