Pahrump Nugget Hotel and Gambling Hall
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... travel… we like and prefer National Parks, US Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Fish & Wildlife... Those affiliated with a state or federal government agency... Or one that is a 501 3C non profit organization… these are organizations that are looking for volunteers, have a volunteers policy in place... usually ask for 20 – 24 hours a week… have benefits such as ...
... ago... a Chinaman worked in the mines China Ranch Date Farm … and felt he could do better… he found a small valley with some water and moved to that land and started to grow food for Shoshone and the company town and the people that lived there… vegetables, some fruit… some chickens ...
... thru the offices and up to the wall of the Visitors Center, leaving the rest of the installation thru to the Conference Room for another day. The hardest part of this for me was climbing on the ladder ... my feet and me really don't do ladders well! So Connie's the runner, Jim's on the ladder and Mike's literally climbing the wall! Sorry no pictures of this part of the installation!
So we finally get to stringing the coax and one of the ...
... them through the informational video, hands on Exhibit Hall and 2 groups of boardwalk talks … a busy day and more fun! We have more pictures of Longstreet Cabin and Longstreet Spring, Point of Rocks Boardwalk and King’s Pool. Most of today’s blog is dedicated to the endemic and endangered species of the Pupfish of Devils Hole & ...
... up the next morning and the mountains
all around us had snow on them. Thankfully nothing in the valley…..we were
still going to be high 70’s for that day. Yippee!!!!!!!
We did some more jeep trails and hiked into Marble Canyon
and in to see the Natural Bridge. We also stop in and had lunch at the Furnace
Creek Inn……$17 hamburgers…and it wasn’t that good. Been there done that….not