Re: Setting up Ghost Town Communities?

From: jeff davis (
Date: Wed Nov 07 2001 - 15:05:35 MST

Regarding Darwin, Calif: the following URLs from
mapquest--open them in separate windows for a
side-by-side comparison--are instructive.

One of the factors which I find appealing is the
abundant solar energy resource available in the dry,
bright Mojave. Note at least two close at hand
south-facing east-to-west slopes for siting of
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Best, Jeff Davis

 "Everything's hard till you know how to do it."
                       Ray Charles

--- Spike Jones <> wrote:
> > >There is a little ghost town north of China Lake
> Naval Weapons Center
> > >in the Mohave Desert called Darwin {love that
> name}. There are a couple
> > >hundred "houses" standing, and about a dozen
> proles still living...

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