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Smelter Knoll hardpan

Published over 1 year ago by Calvin Jones

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A hardpan located to the west of Smelter Knoll.  This is a good site for flying RC aircraft.

Little Creek, Oak City Canyon, Utah

Published about 2 years ago by Calvin Jones

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Little Creek area in Oak City Canyon taken in summer of 2011 before the fires in June-July, 2012.

Amasa ATV Trail, Miller Canyon unloading area

Published about 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

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ATV unloading area on the Amasa ATV Trail at Miller Canyon.  The Amasa ATV trail covers approximately 33 miles with an elevation range of 5400 to 9000 ft.

West desert sink hole

Published about 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

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The West Desert Sink Hole is located in the foothills on the east side of the House Range along the Amasa ATV trail system.  The si<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/west-desert-sink-hole-millard-utah">...(more)</a>

Deseret Relief Society Hall

Published over 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

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 "Deseret Relief Society HallThe Relief Society in Deseret was first organized in September of 1877.  This group of w<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/deseret-relief-society-hall-deseret-millard-utah">...(more)</a>

Tule Valley hardpan

Published over 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

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Ibex Hardpan located approximately 50 miles south west of Delta Utah in Millard county.  There is a well located at the south end of <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/ibex-hardpan-millard-county-utah">...(more)</a>

Hermits Cave - Bob Stinson's house

Published over 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

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Bob Stinson's house in Marjum Pass on the Old Highway 6 &amp; 50.  Bob lived there in the cave for 20 years until 19<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/hermits-cave-bob-stinson-marjum-pass-millard-utah">...(more)</a>

Notch Peak - Tule Valley Road

Published over 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

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View looking west at Notch Peak.  Notch Peak is a lime stone cliff with about a 2200 foot drop and is one of the highest cl<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/notch-peak-tule-valley-millard-county-utah">...(more)</a>

Solar Power Project - Millard county, Utah

Published over 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

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An on-going (~2006-2007) solar power project located north west of Hinckley Utah.  Power is generated by focusing the suns power usin<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/solar-power-project-project-utah">...(more)</a>

Cove fort laundry

Published over 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

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Laundry and Loom room at Cove Fort.   Historic Cove Fort was built by the Latter Day Saint (LDS) pioneers in the 1800's.  To read more about cove fort click here. Additional detailed information can be found here.  

Cove Fort Kitchen

Published over 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

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View of Kitchen at Cove Fort.   Historic Cove Fort was built by the Latter Day Saint (LDS) pioneers in the 1800's.  To read more about cove fort click here. Additional detailed information can be found here.  

Cove Fort Blacksmith shop

Published over 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

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Interior of Cove Fort Blacksmith Shop.   Historic Cove Fort was built by the Latter Day Saint (LDS) pioneers in the 1800's.  To read more about cove fort click here. Additional detailed information can be found here.  

Cove Fort Blacksmith Shop

Published over 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

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View of the Blacksmith Shop at Cove Fort.  Historic Cove Fort was built by the Latter Day Saint (LDS) pioneers in the 1800's.  To read more about cove fort seehttp://www.covefort.info/ 

Cove Fort outbuildings

Published over 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

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View of the outbuildings in back of Cove Fort. Historic Cove Fort was built by the Latter Day Saint (LDS) pioneers in the 1800's.  To read more ab<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/cove-fort-back-utah">...(more)</a>

Cove Fort Front Gate and Courtyard

Published over 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

 Historic Cove Fort built by the Latter Day Saint (LDS) pioneers in the 1800's.  To read more about Cove Fort click http://lds.org/placestovisit/eng/historical-sites/cove-fort-historic-site 

Cove Fort

Published over 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

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Historic Cove Fort built by the Latter Day Saint (LDS) pioneers in the 1800's.  To read more about Cove Fort click http://lds.org/placestovisit/eng/historical-sites/cove-fort-historic-site

Topaz Japanese internment camp

Published over 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

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Site of the Topaz Japanese Internment Camp that housed Japanese-American citizens against their will during WW2.  After the war, the buildings were dismantled and sold to residents around the county.

Great Stone Face Petroglyph

Published over 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

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Ancient Indian rock art believed to be describing water rights between Indian tribes. Located south west of Delta, Utah.