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The dam was started in 1957 and completed in 1960. The sink holes were not able to be successfully plugged. The dam itself is in excellent shape and is well built. The reservoir still holds water for irrigation for part of the summer, but that's it. As far as an analysis goes, they knew that the ground had fissures and holes during the construction. Also, it seems that the local Indians told the Bureau of Reclamation (BR) that the ground wouldn't hold water. But the BR didn't think they knew what they were talking about. Apparently, they did.

There are a number of routes to the top. We took a pretty easy one because of my experience (or lack thereof). We even saw a chipmunk on top.

Excellent shot! Greetings, Konstantin.

This is absolutely great shot and very interesting too. I think it has worked out well and I hope that you are pleased with it too. Nice work. VOTED. Tedy.

I invite you to vote my march contest picture VILLAGE CHURCH if you think it deserves.

A great place to bird, hunt, walk, camp or drive trails, the forest is all planted by hand. The USForest Service grows trees to repopulate those western forests where fire has taken its toll. This forest is a little-known jewel in the Sand Hills of Nebraska. The people in nearby Halsey are great!

This is a beautiful shot. My brother was in Brazil two summers ago. However, I don't remember the town he was in. He was doing mission work and helped on some building construction.

Great pic! Texas is near to Phoenix? I have some relatives liing at Phonix.

LOL, this is where I discovered Panoramio! That fateful night of looking at GE and wondering what those weird blue and white things were.


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