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Subject: [Leica] A Weekend in the Sierras
From: Wade Heninger <>
Date: Tue, 12 Nov 2002 15:49:16 -0800

My family and I recently spend an extended weekend visiting Malakoff 
Diggins State Park (CA).  The state park consists of an old ghost town 
(with some restored buildings), a campground, three clapboard cabins 
(styled after the housing that most gold miners of the era found themselves 
in) and the remains of a huge hydraulic mining operation.  Its a wonderful 
place to visit.

This is very different than Bodie which is just pretty much in arrested 
decay, as the park service has several buildings open for tours and are 
planning to restore more to their previous, ahem, splendor.

Here is a short gallery of the trip.

Comments appreciated...
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w a d e  h e n i n g e r
i n t e r a c t i o n  d e s i g n
a d o b e  s y s t e m s ,  i n c .

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