Wonderful Pasco Water Towers at Sunset Picture!!!!
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I live nearby at Hat Rock State Park. I have lived her 20 years. This appears to be a collection point for used tires from the local area. Tires can't be dumped in the landfill, so they wind up here. The size of the pile varies from time to time so, I believe they are sold for recycling and trucked out to recyclers. I have seen them on fire once and they can't be put out. They just bulldoze the burning tires from the non burning tires and let it burn out. Lots of smoke, smells bad. However, right next to this dump there is a large cattle feedlot which smells worse,
Sorry Mike . . . but NO! Even though I am fully supportive of that type of business venture, I have absolutely no interest in operating a Bordello. My interests are with the Mining Industry.
Dr.Walt, you should take some time to learn how to use the 'tools' that Panoramio gives you when you select and view a photo on Google before you make your " " comments.
Yup, truck gets the right-of-way (he's bigger), so you get to back up. I had that happen on a narrow, cliff-hanging logging road in Northern California.
Now that's what you call "watering the flowers". LOL
Be easier to just go outside and "water the trees". LOL
Interesting shape of those concrete blocks, I wonder what they were originally used for ?
Interesting! You don't see it on any of the Pines, so I wonder why it's attracted to that particular species of tree. Hmmm!
They've added a lot of "stuff" to the Town, moved in old buildings and old equipment. I was there when the LAST Postmistress Ora Mae Wiley (wife of Nevada State Senator Harry Wiley) shut down the Goldpoint Post Office in 1968 . I was actually living in one of the Cabins directly across the Street from the Post Office. Most of the folks that I knew in town are dead now, and I'm not getting any younger.