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    Default Abandoned railroad site

    I found this site interesting. In some ways it dovetails with the GT stuff but it's just cool on it's own. The rumors section was paticularly intriguing. Now I want to go looking!
    file:///Users/karenvegors/Desktop/ww...ge.html.webloc

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    your link is bad, looks like you copied from your favorites and posted it?

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    Man that's a pretty big site to look through Lots of cool info though, thanks for sharing

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    Excellent! Very informative site. Makes me want to check out some of those places, the only problem is, I've been doing the desert thing for so long, I really have no idea how to explore in a wooded area!

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    Easy, Goat
    Ya jes jump up and down, then stand on yer head til all the sand is out. Then change from yer shorty pants to yer long 'uns.

    BTW anyone been to Fly Geyser up in Nevada Black Rock desert? OMG, I have a picture of that formation, and must say it is bee-zar!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bad bob
    BTW anyone been to Fly Geyser up in Nevada Black Rock desert? OMG, I have a picture of that formation, and must say it is bee-zar!
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    Not been there, but I have seen numerous photos of geysers in the area and they are all quite interesting to say the least. I have a web link to all the thermal geysers in Nevada (we have the most, nanner nanner nanner) if you like BB.

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    Hey Gary thanks... would like to see the links u have.
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    http://www.hotspringsenthusiast.com/Nevada.asp

    You can also look up ones in your state from there.

    Some have been capped like Beowawe and used for thermal energy. I try to hit any in the area I'm in at that time for kicks. I'm working on building a website for off roading trails in Nevada and plan to load up the links page with the ones (of Nevada or pertaining too) I have collected from over the years. I'll let you know when it's live

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    Thanks again Gary, looks like Nevada does have the monopoly on most thermals.

    Here in Bakersfield, we have the best...ahhhh, the best....ahhh....Oil, Gas, and Tire Centers... no... no..I guess Texas is better. Hmmmm well we have the best....ahhhh.. ya know, come to think of it this place don't have Jack S#*t.

    That does it! I'm movin' to either Weedpatch, (best weeds), or Buttonwillow (best location close to I-5).
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