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Re: The mystery of the Death Valley Germans [Re: Rickoray] #2908788
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Surfing. Living counterparts.

What is the vitriol keeps them from life?

Real life?

Re: The mystery of the Death Valley Germans [Re: _____] #2908794
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Even though I live in Trona

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Really? Trona? If y, what would take you from the coast to a town like that?

The only time I went to DV I blew a tire exactly after passing the Stovepipe gas station. Changing a scorching hot tire on even more scorching hot asphalt wasn't fun but man, almost anywhere else around there would have majorly sucked.


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Re: The mystery of the Death Valley Germans [Re: Rickoray] #2908796
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Lets see the ubbelievable mix of BS going forward,

Re: The mystery of the Death Valley Germans [Re: Rickoray] #2908808
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I wonder if they never found the children's bones because the parents buried them?

There's no way a 4 year old is walking or surviving out there for long.

Re: The mystery of the Death Valley Germans [Re: Racer1] #2908810
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A blast of heat. The China basin weapons range. Absolutely nothing. For as far as you can see.

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Crawl into a hole and die.

Re: The mystery of the Death Valley Germans [Re: Rickoray] #2908812
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It looks good on the map. If you have a map. A big Ass military range.....

Re: The mystery of the Death Valley Germans [Re: Leaverite] #2908813
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A billion acres of nothing.

Re: The mystery of the Death Valley Germans [Re: Rickoray] #2908814
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Re: The mystery of the Death Valley Germans [Re: Leaverite] #2908915
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Oh heck yeah, I remember when steak posted this a few years back. Absolutely fascinating and heart breaking. I read the whole article and followed along on the maps.


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Re: The mystery of the Death Valley Germans [Re: Rickoray] #2908918
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Re: The mystery of the Death Valley Germans [Re: Racer1] #2908925
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Originally Posted By: Racer1
I wonder if they never found the children's bones because the parents buried them?


I been there. Estaba muy caliente!!! Ground is very hard with many rock, impossible digging with hands, and in heat? Es imposible.

Re: The mystery of the Death Valley Germans [Re: QuadFin] #2909027
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Originally Posted By: QuadFin
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I wonder if they never found the children's bones because the parents buried them?


I been there. Estaba muy caliente!!! Ground is very hard with many rock, impossible digging with hands, and in heat? Es imposible.


That's what I thought, but Mahood mentions something about a 4x4 post and a prospector pile with some bottles on it. There's no way it's a prospector pile out there and the bottles might have been a shrine? I don't know. Sounded odd to be where it was and would explain no kids bones.

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I wonder if they never found the children's bones because the parents buried them?


I been there. Estaba muy caliente!!! Ground is very hard with many rock, impossible digging with hands, and in heat? Es imposible.


That's what I thought, but Mahood mentions something about a 4x4 post and a prospector pile with some bottles on it. There's no way it's a prospector pile out there and the bottles might have been a shrine? I don't know. Sounded odd to be where it was and would explain no kids bones.


Yes, many random bury sites out there from original days of wagons. No mark on maps. We fond one hiking across valley. Small stone with small pile rocks. I think because heat, and where digging for gold. Read history book. Amazing place.

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