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    Default towns and mines (abandoned) of so.&cntrl. ca.

    Originally posted by Rich Sharp

    : Looking for people to go exploring with , I know many old mines and towns in the desserts and mountains. True adventure and 4x4 vehicales a must. Can pull up and go most anytime.


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    Default Re: towns and mines (abandoned) of so.&cntrl. ca.

    Originally posted by Rob

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    : : Looking for people to go exploring with , I know many old mines and towns in the desserts and mountains. True adventure and 4x4 vehicales a must. Can pull up and go most anytime.

    : How about we get a group together? There seems to be quite a few people posting here who live in Central or Southern California.
    : Rob


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    Default Re: towns and mines (abandoned) of so.&cntrl. ca.

    Originally posted by Brent Caldon

    : : Looking for people to go exploring with , I know many old mines and towns in the desserts and mountains. True adventure and 4x4 vehicales a must. Can pull up and go most anytime. Now is the time to explore the desert since it has cooled off. I think it would be great to go exploring with like-minded people. Just let me know where! Brent in Hemet, CA


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    Default Re: towns and mines (abandoned) of so.&cntrl. ca.

    Originally posted by Cat and Ripley

    : Hey guys! Since there are quite a few of us in the same general area we really should all get together, pool our knowledge and go exploring! Any ideas of where we should start! We
    : can make it anytime except holidays!: Looking for people to go exploring with , I know many old mines and towns in the desserts and mountains. True adventure and 4x4 vehicales a must. Can pull up and go most anytime.


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    Default Re: towns and mines (abandoned) of so.&cntrl. ca.

    Originally posted by Rick Bates

    : : Looking for people to go exploring with , I know many old mines and towns in the desserts and mountains. True adventure and 4x4 vehicales a must. Can pull up and go most anytime. I'm trying to put together a small group to go up to Panamint City the hardway (winches)I've never been there and I'm sure I could use some tips or takers


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    Default Re: towns and mines (abandoned) of so.&cntrl. ca.

    Originally posted by David A. Wright

    : : : Looking for people to go exploring with , I know many old mines and towns in the desserts and mountains. True adventure and 4x4 vehicales a must. Can pull up and go most anytime. I'm trying to put together a small group to go up to Panamint City the hardway (winches)I've never been there and I'm sure I could use some tips or takers

    : Panamint City w/winches is the hard way to go. It takes longer w/vehicle than it does to walk. Next time in Ballarat, see if Brian at the General Store has the Russel VHS tape on Panamint Range. It has a long segment on winching to Panamint City. Otherwise, Panamint City has lots of nice cabins to stay in with comfort. Mostly 1970's and 1980's ruins, though original townsite has many stone ruins hidden in sagebrush. Smelter ruins and stack from early period.


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    Default Re: towns and mines (abandoned) of so.&cntrl. ca.

    Originally posted by Joel Briggs

    : : Looking for people to go exploring with , I know many old mines and towns in the desserts and mountains. True adventure and 4x4 vehicales a must. Can pull up and go most anytime.

    : Planning to do the Ballart run in February, weather
    : permitted. Currently four of going, should be fun.
    : Have room for more.....

    : Joel Briggs


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    Default Re: towns and mines (abandoned) of so.&cntrl. ca.

    Originally posted by David W Counts


    : : Im looking for people to explore mines and towns with. I have a 4wheel drive and did 4 years in marines so if going gets tough trust me ive slept in enough mud and on enough rocks and am willing to do whatever it takes if the prospect of what or where were after warrants it or if we just feel like goin there anyway.Im realy into exploring and outdoors lets get together and do some. dave counts

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    Default Re: BARKERSVILLE REF BILLY BARKER 1840 ish.

    Originally posted by a edgington


    : : : Looking for people to go exploring with , I know many old mines and towns in the desserts and mountains. True adventure and 4x4 vehicales a must. Can pull up and go most anytime.



    : : Planning to do the Ballart run in February, weather

    : : permitted. Currently four of going, should be fun.

    : : Have room for more.....



    : : Joel Briggs






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    Default Re: towns and mines (abandoned) of so.&cntrl. ca.

    Originally posted by Jeremy Allen


    : :I know of some towns, old ski lodges, ect, and would love to go out and explore some of these places. Let me know if anyone is interested.



    : : : Looking for people to go exploring with , I know many old mines and towns in the desserts and mountains. True adventure and 4x4 vehicales a must. Can pull up and go most anytime.



    : : How about we get a group together? There seems to be quite a few people posting here who live in Central or Southern California.

    : : Rob




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