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Post by kris » Wed Sep 05, 2007 8:23 am

Ray and Nancy wrote:We got a little bit confused too about that!! Thought we were stealing someones name right away! Not so! It's how often you post! The more you post the different the title you get!

Unless you like eggs... :wink:

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Post by Desert Mouse » Fri Sep 07, 2007 7:47 am

Hi Steve,

Welcome to our friendly forum! :D

Ok, I read you have a new book out! I am a big time book collector of books on DV, the Inyos, mining, and the local deserts. What is the title of the book and where can I get it? I looked for it listed in the literature section, but didn't see anything...

Hope everyone has a great weekend! I am heading out to the desert for some dirt bike racing for 2 days! Fun!

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Post by desert4wd » Fri Sep 07, 2007 12:17 pm

Try this: (look under "The Book")

I'm the same way about ghost town/mining/desert/history/etc. books. Always searching for the next one.

Dirt Bike racing- yah! :thumbs:
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Post by oldtrailmaster » Fri Sep 07, 2007 4:34 pm

Hi there Tracy,

I sent you an email reply to your question. The name of the book is Exploring Wild Death Valley, a Primordial World of Discovery and Adventure. Thanks for the warm welcome. My website will give you a little more info about the book, along with a bunch of photos and other stuff to keep you occupied for a bit. Well, gotta' go get some grub for dinner before I fall out of my computer chair due to lack of calories! See ya'
Steve Greene
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