The gold-era ghost town of Rhyolite, part 3

I’ve shared a couple posts from our visit to the gold-era ghost town of Rhyolite (NV,) The Last Supper, and Tom T. Kelly’s bottle house. This is the last post, with some final photos from our visit.  Rhyolite is located 120 miles (190 km) northwest of Las Vegas. It was a mining town through andContinue reading “The gold-era ghost town of Rhyolite, part 3”

Red Bluff Round-Up Parade 2018, part 3

The last photos from the round-up parade. You can see part 1 here, and part 2 here. If you see yourself, or someone you know, in any of these photos, feel free to share this post. Share buttons after the post. If you’re in one of the photos, and would like a free digital copy,Continue reading “Red Bluff Round-Up Parade 2018, part 3”

Subway Cave – A Winter Adventure

Twenty thousand years ago and just 15 miles north of Lassen Volcanic National Park, the ground broke apart and huge volumes of volcanic rock poured forth to create the enormous expanse that is the Hat Creek Lava Flow. Exposed to the air, the top of the lava flow began to cool and solidify, while moltenContinue reading “Subway Cave – A Winter Adventure”