Silver State Ghost Towns Guestbook
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|Message Number: 168 - Private Message|
Message Number: 167 -
Saturday, December 31, 2016 12:29:06 PDT
[IP = 220.127.116.11] -Comments:
My son and I are planning to start taking overnight weekend trips to ghost towns originating from the San Diego area. This is a new set of adventures for us. Can you please recommend a good book / travel guide for this type of exploratory excursions?
Your website and photos are extraordinary. Thank you for all you do to share your passion with others...
Message Number: 166 -
Sunday, June 19, 2016 22:12:32 PDT
[IP = 18.104.22.168] -Comments:
Awesome site, thanks so much
for posting and maintaining this resource. I especially like the information on
old cemeteries; its good they are not forgotten!
Message Number: 165 -
Friday, June 17, 2016 20:31:45 PDT
[IP = 22.214.171.124] -Comments:
Your comments look very much like those on a site called robertwynn.com. Either you are using the exact same source, or someone is plagiarizing someone!
SSGT - We're probably using the same source. There are not very many sources to get material from on Nevada ghost towns. Stanley Paher(s) books are probably the biggest source of material on Nevadas mining history and old ghost towns. Pretty hard to come up with ones own material when these ghost towns existed a 100 years or so ago, Just sayin'.
Message Number: 164 -
Friday, March 11, 2016 13:57:24 PDT
[IP = 126.96.36.199] -Comments:
Thank you for sharing this awesome site with us! Your photos are fantastic!! You have such an eye for detail it is amazing. We have been to some of the places you took photos of and I think my favorite is the cemetery in Austin, Nevada. We were there in the winter and it was beautiful all covered in snow.
Again Thank you
|Message Number: 163 - Private Message|
Message Number: 162 -
Saturday, June 20, 2015 17:49:21 PDT
[IP = 188.8.131.52] -Comments:
Aloha. Just bought a photograph shoeing Mona lake. Love the shot. Went on your site to see about purchasing another but was unable to figure out how to buy one. Do u have them for sale or how would I go about purchasing one. Thank you.
Message Number: 161 -
Saturday, March 21, 2015 20:35:41 PDT
[IP = 184.108.40.206] -
|Name: ||Doug Wotherspoon Jr|
Found this site and am truly amazed. I am always looking for some sort of off road adventure with my kids. We adopted our 3 grandkids and in their short lives they never really did anything. Takin them to desert races, lakes, camping and ghost towns is not only fun for me, but they enjoy it a lot. I hate with a passion showing up to a site and seeing where people have left their trash and painted junk on the buildings. I take this time to teach my kids to respect for the historical sites as well as the land. Pack it in, pack out more. Thank you for this site and all the great photos.
Message Number: 160 -
Monday, February 2, 2015 09:12:13 PDT
[IP = 220.127.116.11] -Comments:
Your photos are great. And.....I get so angry when I see that people have spray painted or in others ways vandalized sites that have existed more than they have been alive. It is such disrespect. So, I am glad you protect the locations.
Message Number: 159 -
Friday, December 5, 2014 20:51:41 PDT
[IP = 18.104.22.168] -Comments:
nice web site. How many people fit in that ward room tent?