UPDATE: A Navajo friend and I made an assault up the mountian this year with no manavalent encounters with others. Took most of the day on foot armed with .40 cals, had great views, saw evidence of the forest fire, Lake Powell on top and recorded bigfoot rock clacking with digital recorder in the fir forest. We would've avoided any hostility at all costs if meeting up with those concerned, but no one will ever threaten me or my friends with a weapon anywhere in the United States without due injury upon the perpetrator. Those who survived my lead-copper reply can attest to a hail of welcome given.
Foto molto bella ,luogo suggestivo, colori molto belli. mi piace
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it still has furniture inside. quick check of google shows the land is now owned by the SF water district. To the right of the photo, but off camera is a working area with equipment. looks like it burnt down a while ago... would have been spectacular given its height and clear view of lake calaveras.
Great photo! I wondered what these rocks would look like up close.
@mrsmsquared - I don't believe you are correct. The center of Google Earth (on Windows computers, anyway) continues to be this building.
Рустам, спасибо за фото!
It is on private property and requires tresspassing through not only the landowner's, but Calpine Corps. security as well.
The "bridge" contains a 48-inch water pipe - it was decided in the early 1980s when Highway 85 was built that a bridge over the highway would be cheaper and easier to maintain than an excavation under the highway.