Silver Maple Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the weather was warm and a clear blue alpine sky The road climbed up through the forest until we were running along side a mix of knarly pine trees and huge rounded boulders At the top Olmsted Point
the view opens up to an amazing view over the park with the half dome ...
... br> 1859 entdeckten Bodey und Taylor die Goldvorkommen in der Region. Als Sie jedoch mit den guten Nachrichten zurück nach Hause kehren wollten, erfror Bodey und die zukünftige Stadt wurde nach ihm benannt.
Zwischen 1863 und 1877 arbeiteten nur eine handvoll Minenarbeiter in der Stadt, nachdem jedoch Mitte der 70er Jahre ein großes Goldvorkommen entdeckt wurde, lockte dies viele weitere Arbeiter nach Bodie und während ...
... extracted from the ore. By 1881 the mines were depleted and by 1886 Bodie was reduced to 1500 people. By the 1940's the town became a ghost town. In 1962, the town that was left became a State Historic Park. Everything in the town was how it was when the last residents left, some still furnished and stocked.
From the photos it may not look like much but it was a very interesting tour. What ...
... winter. In winter, temperatures reached as low as -30F, the snow cover can be 40 feet deep, with 100 mile/hour winds. The winter of the 1879 rush was a particularly *******e, and the new residents re ill-prepared to survive the blasting cold. Huge numbers died from exposure. Bodie was never a nice place to live. The gold and silver drew the miners and the entrepreneurs, but the elements (both natural and human) made Bodie a tough place to survive. It's ...
... Ilya, from Hamburg, Germany, part of our wild-wild West. We met them in Denver during those horrible fires they had this year. Unfortunately that closed down Rocky Mtn. Natl. Park. We all stayed in a rented condo outside of Denver and still saw quite a bit. We met my brother and his wife, Larry and Susan, and Susan's sister Eileen and her husband Barry in Boulder for lunch at a local brewery, then fresh baked cookies and milk downtown (Ilana bought one ...