Ladies side & Men's side was for potty purposes. :laughing:Ok so I have to ask..if you look at the map,,near Uncle Tom's cabin it reads "ladies side" and "men's side" wentworth road splits the two...I would imagine there were showers or a lake can someone explain this,,,I know I must be asking a stupid question.:shaking:
I'm not sure if the copyright passed on to Jeeper's Jamboree, Inc. but it would probably be a good idea to check with them before reproducing anything. I think their phone number is 4771. The office is next door to the Miner's Club."Jeepers Jamboree The first 30 years..." What an amazing book. Thanks again Dave for giving us the opportunity to share this.
I plan on scanning as much of it as I can but at 436 pages it may be easier to just pick the best of the best as you suggested
As a side note I noticed the book has Copyrights from 1983 if this is going to be an issue just let me know and I will pull it
Thanks for the reply, PatLadies side & Men's side was for potty purposes. :laughing:
No showers, no lake. By the time everyone got to Wentworth, they were caked with in red dirt. Bath time didn't happen until they reached Rubicon Springs at which time the Rubicon River carried more silt than the Mississippi.
Hell yes things have changed! At first glance, it looked like there was a couple of skyhooks deployed. Then I realized it was a pair of 20 foot whip CB antennae. Don't see either of them around much anymoreyes things have changed a lot in 32 years from a tech standpoint