I stayed in a trailer on this property in 1973 with a friend. We were passing through and Clinton and Stella asked if we wanted to stay the night since it was getting dark. Nice people. Fed us canned bacon and scrambled eggs for breakfast before we left. I believe he died not too long after that. drove an old army truck with a flat head engine and had an old wind vane with an alternator to generate electricity. hadn't seen that before.
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Machen Sie aus Ihrer eigenen Unterschrift hunderte Unterschriften, indem Sie jetzt Ihre Freunde bitten, die Kampagne zu unterschreiben.
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Gardez La communauté Panoramio Vivant
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Very nice photo. Like 1. Greetings from Vietnam.
Very nice photo. Like 2. Greetings from Vietnam.
Und die Natur ist mit dem alten Eisen noch lange nicht fertig! Ich hoffe, dass es Panoramio so nicht trifft. Danke für das "Like" und viele Grüße, Manfred
Was there an old wind mill to the n n/w of this cabin? Was this near Rancho Rd. or OX Wells (Eagle Wells)? There should be petroglyphs on the hill to the east.
R. Sieben said: Wow! Your railway photos are very interesting. I didn't know Hawaii had railways. They appear to be narrow gauges. Is that correct? Bill Cook replies: Yes a three-footer. Maui had sugar cane hauling railroads. This was a tourist remnant, has ceased operating.