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    Actually I really wonder why they did not burn that one down.
    It's not the roof type, that's for sure.

    There must have been a Native American living there that had a lifetime lease?
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    Quote Originally Posted by IMAUDIGGER View Post
    Actually I really wonder why they did not burn that one down.
    It's not the roof type, that's for sure.

    There must have been a Native American living there that had a lifetime lease?
    Apparently it was someone that had a lifetime lease.
    I'm surprised that the USFS hasn't tried locking up the mineral rights for 20 years like they are doing with a similar house further down river. Somehow locking up the mineral rights will preserve the cultural history associated with the miners cabin. I say it's like spitting on someone after you take the boot off their neck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IMAUDIGGER View Post
    Actually I really wonder why they did not burn that one down.
    It's not the roof type, that's for sure.

    There must have been a Native American living there that had a lifetime lease?
    I talked with a daughter of a miner in the area and the FS burned down his cabin and started a forest fire. You used to be able to live on your claim as long as you were mining, many in that area did until they changed the law.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mackaydon View Post
    In California, what isn't expensive?
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    Apparently heroin judging by all the zombies walking around.
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