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Sam D.

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Have you read this:
https://timenspace.net/saline-valley-chronicles/

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Timmy

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Hello Everyone
In case there is anyone that doesn't know me, I'm Tim, Carl's son, or lately my nick name has changed to "Karen's Dad".  I have enjoyed the hot springs since 1979 and been collecting every piece of historical information that I can find, Thank You to everyone that has given copies to me of their discoveries.  I'm currently putting together a chronology and detailed description of; Springs, pools, Indians, mining and people, ect. If anyone has old photo's and information about when things were built, please contribute, we will appreciate any help. Even funny stories would be great.   tdahlia@juno.com
Thank You
Timmy
AK_Tarah

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Thank you all for all your hard work! It is much appreciated!
James Sel

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If you see a cottonwood tree there I planted long ago.
bobhuckaby

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recently found out one of my clients helped build the wizard pool, but he is moved on to other things even though I tried to bring him back
bob from Tahoe

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Every time I go to different hot springs, there's always some old guy saying "I helped build these 30 years ago"... After a while I realized every old guy I meet says the same thing... [rolleyes] and after a while, it starts to get old... then I start to ignore them, cuz I don't know who to believe.  Hence...

There should be some kind of historical photo album museum where you can see who exactly built what and fixed what so we ALL know who put in the work and give credit where credit is due.  Maybe in the lil library?

Thanks guys, I'll try to remember your faces the next time someone tells me....

 


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longtime

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Fantastic!! Thank you guys. 

peneumbra

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If it wasn't for Old Geezers, everyone would die young.
Ranger Ric

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Thank you....looks fantastic
SunMan

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Lady and Gentlemen, thank you for the hard work and expertise. It looks phenomenal.
Salt Peter

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Excellent work! Many thanks.
PahrumpGeorge

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Great job guys.

There seems to be a pattern here.
Any time there is heavy lifting done, it is much the same group of fellows.
Without people like these, the springs, as we know them, would not exist.

Lets hope there is a younger bunch to carry-on where these guys will eventually leave off.

Thanks again.

Happy soaks.
Geo.

Rick

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That's a big job done.  Great work...and thank you!
bobhuckaby

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THANKS
DVExile

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Nice job!  That's my favorite pool.  I've cleaned it many times but would have loved to help out with the rebuild.  Thanks to all those who put in the effort for the rest of us!
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