|The salt stream|
Sunday, November 23, 2014
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
|Robber's Roost. Walls have crumbled|
Sunday, November 2, 2014
|The famous swimming pool was clearly built by a|
The Warm Springs camp dates back seventy-five years, back to the 1880s when water rights were first issued for this dependable water source. It was first permanently settled in the early 1930s when it appeared as Indian Ranch on USGS maps. Louise Grantham, to be the owner until the closure in the 1980s, patented a claim here in February 1933 to build a small gold mill to process gold ore from nearby Gold Hill and its associated mines. It was at this time the Gold Hill Mill was built; a stranger amalgamation of equipment is hard to come by. More on this later.