RecStrats: The final two RecStrats public workshops, "High-Altitude Training and Trails” and “Linkages & Priorities,” are set for June 8 and June 23, respectively, from 4–7 p.m. at the Community Center. Follow all of the action at www.recstrats.com.
Summer of Stewardship MLTS Trail Days: MLTPA and Friends of the Inyo are bringing you a third season of this popular trail-stewardship series, kicking off six Trail Day events at 8:30 a.m. on July 2 at the Sherwin Lakes Trailhead/Mammoth Rock Trail. Bring a friend, get dirty, and be rewarded with lunch and free prizes for your hard work! Email email@example.com for the complete schedule and details.
Sherwins Area Recreation Plan (SHARP): Two very exciting things are in the works! First, we’re reconvening the SHARP Trails Technical Committee for season #2. Help us refine the original SHARP alignments for a group of trails in the Mill City Area using inclinometers, flagging, and lots of tromping around in the sagebrush. Second, we’re gearing up to build our first section of trail in the fall, a link between the Lakes Basin Path and the Panorama Dome Trailhead. Get your name on the list for either or both committees by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
MLTPA Photo Library: Going for a hike or a ride? Putting together a recreation event in Mammoth Lakes and need it photographed? MLTPA and Mammoth Lakes Tourism are working together to establish a photo library of all that goes on here in Mammoth Lakes, and all we need are things to shoot! Send us an email at email@example.com to let us know where and when to show up!
Community Engagement Director
Need a place to stay after a long days hike or bike? Stay with us at http://www.mammothrentalbyowner.com/index.html or call (818)883-2488
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Near new construction, turn key mountain villa. Three bedroom/three bath w/attached 2-car garage. Has private outdoor spa, owner's storage room, mud room. Designer furnishings, gourmet kitchen, great room, mountain view, and close to the Westin and Village.
Air Conditioning: No A/C
Amenities: Deck, Whirlpool
Basement: No Basement
Exterior: Wood Siding
Fireplace: 1 Fireplace
Garage: 2 Car Garage
Heat: Forced Air - Gas
Rooms: Great Room
Site/View: Mountain View
Contact Mammoth Rental By Owner for more information: Mention "Peter"
Contact Mammoth Rental By Owner for more information at (818)883-2488 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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"The most fun you'll have all summer!"
Here a list of the happenings at the Blue Sky Festival
"Top Chef- Style" Outdoor cooking competition
Silent and Live Auctions
Chef Culinary Demos and Seminars
Blue Sky Music: Tito Puente Jr Orchestra
Strunz & Farah
Each there will be blue sky adventures such as mountain biking tours,Kayaking, fly fishing demos, rock climbing, Yoga and so much more.
Want to know more..... call 888-285-5893 ext 0
Tickets on sale at www.vallitix.com
Need a place to stay while you enjoy all the fun?
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for affordable, quality vacation rentals.
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Hot Creek- Water conditions good. Fishing excellent
San Joaquin River- Not open yet
Mammoth Lakes Basin - Not open yet
Upper Owners - Water conditions clear. Fishing fair
Crowley Lake - Water conditions cold & generally
clear. Fishing is hit and miss.
Owerns River Gorge - Water conditions really good.
Lower Owners - Water condition rushing and warming
rapidly. Fishing OK, not great.
East Walker River - Water conditions OK.
Bridgepprt - Water conditions cold. Fishing hit &
Bottom line the waters are warming,the fishing is fair to excellent and a good time is to be had.
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California's historical Landmark No. 953
Formed in February 1964 captures the history of the train era between Nevada and California. It was in 1880 the Carson and Colorado Railroad Company was formed and incorporated. It was planned to run from Mound House, Nevada and Carson River to the Colorado River. However it never reached the Colorado River but stopped short at Keeler, California. With the railraod running west people started arriving at the Owner River.It was in April of 1883 that the first train arrived to what is now know as Laws. Not only was a train depot built, additionally a hotel,eating house,boarding house,pool hall,warehouse barber shop and several industrial buildings.Ranchers would also use the railroad to ship their crops.
The decline and Laws and the railroad over the years was a result of local mines closing, trucking becoming cheaper than rail freight and the City of Los Angeles buying most of the valley for the water rights.
The railroad was often refered to as "the railroad tha was built 300 miles too long or 300 years too soon."
For a complete history and an amazing trip through time visit the Laws Railroad Museum.
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