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The Lost Adams Diggings are said to be how far from
Fall is a Great Time to Check Out Ghost Towns.
Click Here to find a Ghost Town near you.
On State 279, Gilpin County, Colorado
More information can
be found in
Ghost Towns of the Colorado Rockies
Roadside History of Colorado
Buried Treasures You Can Find
Colorado Ghost Towns Past and Present
$40,000 in gold was hidden
somewhere between Central City and Mule Ear Pass, Gilpin County, Colorado by
a Chinese Man.
More information can be found in
A Guide to Treasure in Colorado
hobby is under assault!
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Lots of good websites and good info.
In Florida, a
Diego, a loss.
San Diego City Council. On April 27th the city
council voted to take Mesdaq’s land away from
him and hand it over the GRH [a private developer]. The council decided
that a nice 334-room Marriott on that property is more to their liking
than a cigar and coffee shop because the hotel will generate more in
property taxes. Mesdaq will be paid a “fair” amount for his property.
“Fair,” as determined by the city council, not the free marketplace.
Mesdaq will essentially be out of business.
"Yosemite National Park in
California-----76 year old James Downey, a survivor of the 1906 San Francisco
Earthquake, was threatened with condemnation in 1971 because he wanted to add a
bathroom. He had no tub and had a double size septic tank and there was a
covered breezeway under which the bathroom was to be built. There would be no
new land coverage. The Park Service said what he was doing was an incompatible
act and he would be condemned. They came back to him two weeks later after
realizing their political insensitivity and said that if he would sell them his
home, they would lease it back to him and then it would be OK to build his
bathroom. Was the goal to stop the bathroom or buy the house?"
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