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Trudy Tutsn
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Jahnny Crzine
Stephen Qiiinn
Mike Shook
Carol Van Hook
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Xark Thompson
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Cmdi Quinn
Jean Thompson
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Steven Shook
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J o h Hansen
Charles Van Hook
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Richard Kearns
Gary Shook
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Robin Kearns
Lucinda Van Hook
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Teacher- Mrs, Glenna Nickell
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E. The Mendenhalls of Palomar.. b y - .-Eark X h o m p ~ c n .
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7, 'The p.Fstory of the Post O f f ice%.by- Jean Tho;npec;i.
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12,William E. Bougher, S t a t e Park, iiigh Point e,...,.,.
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George Yoane
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W e ~ i s ht o t?lar,k: I.'iissCatileririe Wood for. ~ i s l t l . : jour
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F o r cont;ribui;it;(,- an1.;h e l i ? i n g t o g??.ther inforination w e b i v e thanks
t o MI':?* f.dali~:~Ik??Lj-?.oqB:
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Koenig, ~ r s .i~:ulis Ken~.?cmh~:l.l.
13cr&;sair, ~t'. Carl Mendenhall, 1,1r,
Byron H J . 1 1 , an!:\ it-c: ga.:r'cil'i~o i lns st:ider,ts tri:t.t. nelped,
To Mrs. J o l ? r ~ Cra.j.ne vre g i v e tr,t~uksf o r t;he nags g i v e n t o us,
by her, f o r stud.^,
Fw p e r m i s s i o n t,o t r e s p a s s on p r i v a t e property a h i l o t a k i n g our
t o u r of the 16auntaj.n~we Lhatik i!r, Wog Berglaan, Dr. :.!a.cri Jamesou,
blr, N i l . l i a Van'Hcjok, N r . 1433 Her:sah, a m M r . 3 o h i Vtsrl Hu\Lr.;n,
rCs tharlk Mrs. A d s l i n d . h a i l e y , D r . !loward., Mr. Gus Webe , and
klrn. Mildred h0eiii.g f o r b e i i ? g our h o s t s c;s we tortred t i i e i : r p r o p e r t i e s ,
P a s t r n . ~ ~ s p o r t ; i ~tile
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' r u t ~ i l , :ird Hrss f;leotia Mickell, teacher.
of Prdouar Wountain Schoolo
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J o h n Craine and Mrs. Victor Het?,,
Y o r the cover d e e i g n w e thank t i ~ b i ! , h z a r n ~ .
w e thsrik a y o t h e r - s trlat l!a.vz i!::l-psd ur: in ;my way i r u creating
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~ v o r l d , Coqstruct,ior o n the 200" telescooe done was ztarted
J ~ l n c1356 3rd- e~deci5.2 1244, T h e 200" m i r r o r was made i n ,.
Col*nina, ~i!ew Yo?!<.
1 mil-pars vere nlsde for the 2 3 ~ "dome. '
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~ t e e lbars ilnd o t h e r i ~ e l tf , l i i n , ~ _ r , . 2 c ~ , l a ~ a t o r - :a-r: e uo
there t c o , 'Tbni?e i p - a :yr::g;e, '4 ppcU P R - L ~t a~ n k s , 1 gas tank
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aroc b a i l ? by ths r e ji,':::-nt-.. t,l.~:iigel-,.za e.t ti c o a t of 8Qfl dallxrs, -,%c schocl
opmed i n 189? ~ r dbacatrca t k m uere no2 cflough ch5.ldren. I t cloebd'in 1935 wit',;.
Miss ! i e l b i s Cas:,:&ll.m 3 t h e la23 @eacher, A f t a r 2.1-at ?;?LEI 3 5 1 1 ~ ~w9.s
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DL u.trl.ct wae 5atablishod and ac?locl wnk- ~ p e n s din t b e Pe.?,roon !~cmls r.i th c\
?4r, Clnrlc 135 teacher, 1,atrri- a a,!:k~olho:i.re) +.a5 b u f h t on the Salcr?n?l Tcdd p2sco
whiah L o now Cada.r Gro9e Camp in tk2 ?elzrr.r,r S t z t e FarIc,
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F ~ . m i l i e setarted t o move frm, fhr- aountaia becrv-BS tiicy hnd no -+SF t;o tar2 R
l i v i n g and the t h e e oc'n.0~1~1
l?~;! t o c:los~+tb:llrcntrse tlierc wo:.ui?."t t,cnoli,qil c h i l d r a n
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growing family, a ~ci?oobwzq a!,e.r?er?.a t f;k;. I t ~ l do,! t h o ~ a f l 6 2 , v i t bRita .';crian
D a n n ~ l eas teachera '?Its a::honl. :~:r:r..?c:' ciotln :T:Ttr:r oponlng an5
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of the Hl~yh,i.zy to ti!. C ix-n b:rot:..~:.t f ~ m i l l ae t o the mon1n~-~in , nc:lionl
wao q a n a t i a t the o b g a r r a t c r y ,cii)uu: LC3 :?.-.-dd from t h e xrase;.:b ~c:.oul.,
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The Ela3.a-a Sch~oL, tizc fglcrmar K0ilntcf.n !ichcol, an3 the? CeZar Grouo School.,
Soma c h i l d r e n d t i l l . had a Z.bfi;? cl3.~tor?co!;e ~ t d ahorsoB~cFro r v~.16,
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Mra, Harlay b'?.:.r.s1-a1~ wn3 t h b ts::c!:zr, T ! l l s 8chool w s i n tfla P ~ u m aSchool D i e t r i c t
hecauee tk!, a:~irlr. ddotricte !-ad lanr;::ld long n(To, Wjen construction endcd in
1547, t h e sclr;sl, w l . 8 c l c ! : ~ d;..I< ?,ha h t i i l d l i ~ gm e movad t o Secta Y e a b e l l a ,
Lst?;* ir. ?;!IS y e A r g?' 1C47, t,i.:k: r ' l " ? s s r v ~ t o r y.tai'fOs chSldran and t h e S t e t a
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School oi: s:7.2:2 L:r s ? t ~-:ieclii :.a 3;;- t!.e ..pse h ~ l Zl o r ahozrvnt.oty caastruc t i o n
worka;_.n yi.t,lt !!I.:.:,, Z3rnr:our: n.? t;;.~ch.jr, f!'rso2orsisca teugkt for s few ysarij 1~
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Tha r o u school o m dedicated
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Schoal C i e t r f c t , Xera ie a f i b t cf
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"u-5:1z'ii::r'iaid gmd::ztec of kdam:r E.ict?;~t&h3chool fron t h e first y z n r o f the
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Randy Xearrrs, P h i l Hknserl
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Gua Weber c a m t o Palamar Mountain i n t h e e a r l y 1920Px0 Mr, and.Mra,
Neber f i r s t lived and ranchad near t h e State Pork, but moved'to t h e s i t e of t h e
p e s e n t ranch i n 1926, There was no road i n t o t h e i r place, a o it was neceaeary t o build
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The f i r s t home was. i atro& icg frme structure i n s i d e of which a a t a l a r g e
t e n t , This was hme for a'number of year3 while a road waa being b u i l t , lanil
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a d corn were grown and aoid t o
people l i v i n g o r cunpbg on t h e mountain, They also raieed aome l i v e stcck,
, e. -. A s w e U as running his ranch,' GUE worked out, f l r s t , for t h e Foreat Service
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reduced t o minimize manapernant, The ranch h a s becone a peaceful r e t r e a t in which
t o enjoy semi--retirenent, a d welcome-visiting family and f rierids,
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From t h e Webur front roam, v i s i t o r s ara t r e a t e d to a broath-taking view
of f i v e counties and e i g h t mountain peaks ranging in h e i g h t fromi 6,126 f t , (High
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A a in the case when one i e w e U liked by his co-xorkers, he has been t h e brunt
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Glevantion of nanrby mountains:
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Buldy
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L o i l y Rock
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San J a c i q t a
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Santa Rosa
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Uuper French V:;.lley l o owned by ' f o e 3erprnS>n. klonp, time ago
:-lefore oy- !2t?rc1aan cwne:? Frl"i?ch 11sl.ley trpro Fpenchrne~lo~dned it, The
two Frenchmen hordad cl,e(:o 'there, Thst's how French 'Vulley g o t its
name,
I n r l c c e n t year's (i~rn:.have risen b111l.tin F'renc!-I Creek. 'i'he~cedams
l ~ a v ebeer: '~11.17.1; f o r (.or; i:er+~*,:;l.L
Ion auld f c r !;ztarl.ng t h e ca t t l e . l'he
b i a t c r f pc211; Fp;::ncll i:ra:::i;!r
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rkie county camp
o r a c t i ce s o i l c:nnservn t i ;..,.I, 1303 :'oat*:' arid ;;red i ~ r c ~ z g hcta t f i ~ h
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Elleridenhall was t h e f i r s t M e r ~ d z n h a l l on paloular. He wao
a g o v a r n l l ~ e r ~ste c r e t , ~ e r v i c kq c n ~ ,Ha i'irst caee t o . t h e inountain
t b i n v e s t i g a t e a ,aurder i r l M E ~ ~ Y ~ I
Valley.
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He cane t d soutnern.Califorrliil. r"roillt n3 San ~ r a n c i s c o.arc&. He
l i l t e d palolaur .Kotrntain ( t h e n S x i t l i l.,uu!i tala) so he ',l~ovedt o ,the
.aol;ntain i n t h e l a t e 18608s,
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caidato the f~iountaiQto Join
tlx h r f atk1erc S y l v a ~ t e fMendunhal!,, a n o t h e r eon, came t o t h e ;nount a i a i n the year 1d72. He was eigntden y e a r e old.
"hen Sylvester Has 21'he used his n ~ . ~ l e s t e aand
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pre-eraption
rights i n Malava Valley, uow Mendenl.l~llValley. A f t e r f i n i s h i n g
h i s aducatibn at t h e U n i v e r e i t y et S a i Jose, h e w r r t e d Anhie M o r r i s
and returned to tile ~iountain.
Syl.crs~tsra d Ani~ie raiseiiu Ealrliiy of 6 c h i l d r z n on the mountakn;
C h e r l i c , C z i r l , uiiaplt, Mary, George, and A n r ~ i d .
flIlapu 1 ~ ~ e n c i s n h :a~ l ~
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s f a ~ i l getill Xiire or, t h e uio~lntain,
G y l u e s t o r ' s descend,ult;s still own iiiuckl o f t h o n ~ ~ u n t a i n g
',!+fill
i f a l l e y , Love V a l l c y , ~ e n d e n h f l j lV:l.li.ey, Brenck Y z l i e y , p a r r .
ai Cook V a l l e y , Sunday School F l a t r , r.i:.j ::tJf?c: ptzrtr cf ciie ~ n o u i l t a i n ,
The r ! i r t o r ; of the P o s t O f f i c e
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3yclio l J a l l e g
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:.:is8 :'el-l l a ;.'ail from Samana,
B?! 19011. e o I.:,-.:.I~ nc?ot:Ic ?ind
waz dl? C O ! ~t,:in?ie(I.
I n 132Q tr.lia rno-.~ntalnar:d
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Pal o n ~ a rI.:oi.in';ain. f t
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al/ray t h r l t the Jecsee Pogt O f f i c e
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L t ' c P o ~ ti3fCice became o f f i c i a l l y
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iJewlet,ts I-?-ae.l in
E u t t e r f l y fav-m.
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I - l e w l e t t s wid O l d Yack ? l a c e t o llays.
E l c i e X a y ~m a r r i e d Jack
3oberts 2nd. t h e y c m e up to ~ t c g . ,Tl?ey called the lace ?'lsnwvdd
and ran a y e s o r t ,
t'7e
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he d i d not know who.
C.o he made a guess'6and addresced the letter
t o Anne C a l i f o r n i a .
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F i c c ;,'e!.7.i~ t r c ' I X ~ en znf hcr f:r$her roved t o 'mlth Flountaln
from n a z r .il:reroide,
I'he:; built a c ~ b l nI n Dyche Valley, and
;7~7.l.iz trig-d t o ooen a 1 - ~ o r tn f l'lcz named Tern Glen.
The
p o s t o T f l c e c i . . ? r ) ~ : ~ t m etr ~ q - v o I r i rc ;'cl.lie the c o n t r a c t on Ynril
2 , 1383 :-~~-i-in;;,
t l ; a t n!le could open :A n o r % o f f l c e c a l l e d Nellle,
Once 3, weak ':lrs ;:eI?ie roc16 11~rho17ce to Fbrnontz, rct~trnlng
h t , ~ne;:i c i a ? '.:it11 Lhr? n'.21Z.
rtf tcr f o u r y e a r n o f tlils she moved
off t:;e i.:3t?.ritaln, a8.ndtthe p o s tl o i'flcr: went t o ?eiber?i's, hcli
sl&tert? ft?!iiII.(i, an-: t1;c.n t o 3 , i I . e y ' s . ?3ut the nogt o f f i c e
s-ka:~ecl E!~l-'l
ic f o r fl Tt,y ger?ra,
.?.ft(:rtllc i I c i l j c :,ost of T l c e 1;ra: no-~erf t o t h e r J r l i l e y ' s , most, of
t 3 e gcoqlc. ? ' 0 1 ~ 2 ; j 3.t c lone; ',ray 50 f r e t tGIeir malt,
Fo t h e y n e t l tionccl a n d c o t t h c i r Q1<rnnost o f l l c e ou Nov. 6, 1396, at the
,Taasee ~ l z ~ ci nc r3:;c.m V a l l e y ,
Then the mail was ccming from
Tan rjlego t:Lc..
:~:oco??didu t o ':lncnii.
Tlier?
carrler took the mail
on h o ~ ~ e b a cu !- ~~b l l s i ' r r x j i l l o Tr::l:i t o t h e I l e l l l e n o s t o f f i c e
at Bailey1&.
I n 1838 i ' b i i s s Sarl~.T r a z i e r bet~21.1c a r r g f n ~the mail for the Jessee
? o s t Office.
Ehe had t o r l d e u? t h e T r u J i l l o Trail.
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In 1926 this mountaln srld it'^ p o s t o f f i c e became o f f i c i a l l y
" ~ a l o m a rMountain,
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made a l a y s a y i n g you had t o u a ~ sa- t e s t t o become a n o s t m a s t e r ,
Eut Dr, b'inton Ra-iley d i d n o t tiant t o , be b o t h e r e d w i t h i t ,
while r u n i n g the resort. So b t i s s E s b h e r H e w l e t t pGssed t h e t e s t
and becllne m e t m a e t ~ r . Esther zlrnadg, t!ns w i n n i n e f-zrlfe collecting b u t t e r f l i e s .
?he was c 3 l i e d "The q u t t e r f l y G i r l ,
Yer
spccirnenr were set?t t o c o l l c c t c r s ?I._?. over t h e ';Torld. ?he
found ri moth called an c...lb.l~lt,
a - ~ a n t e s i s ., I.ster i t w-.? ca.ll~ds n
Anatltcris Hexletti, .
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'art shop near
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h e v boueht the O l d
prsclr P l q c e , now ~;owd,?se's, ~ t ,hsd a big a n p l e orc11ar.l n e a r I t e
',;hen t h e 1 3 e w l z t t ' s moved a:;i?y, t1'12:j s o l d t h e ? l a c e t o t h e Hays
family. The hag'^ ti-id n n t F t-:y year11 round beceuse t h e i r 4 a u t h e r s
were ~ o i n ct o i ~ l g is~c h o o l .
SO :;'qc ~ e l l l e "post o f r l c e >!lr q s > . i n
at, p 3 i l e ! y 1 s , rhen :.,lsie [ . ~ ~ ~ y ' : .n 1 z r r l l 2 i . T u c ~ 9obert8 und tllan
t h e y came t u r t o g .
i'ho narnc; t h e oltce " ? l c n w y ~ d " ar;:1 r q n a
rer.optm r rc. R o b e r t s b c c ? ~ ?" : . ~ ! - l . i e ' ~
n o" s t r n n ~ t e r , r-lnd F%
joined
t h c vip(?rou~f lpht to get, t : ~ e n a r c c' nngud.
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[J. r e l a t i v e i n '.Jiscc:n&on k ~ ? o
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but he uid n o t kizor.r ui-lo. ~o b:, m->:ie n yuess ar,d a d d r ~ s ~ e t l ~ c
l e t t e r t o Anne C a T i f i r r ~ i a . TZ. renclied ur.
R o b e r t e l;!?s r ) ~ ? t m : i ~ ? , ~ iI'IYYT!
1316 t.o 192:' f _ ' r f o ~ l r *gears.
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iiae n o F t mcs i ; c ~for abou L n ::F:c?I~ ? r i ? r ? ~h~ i F. C-:!,bi.r~b t ~ r ~ : . . ~ s d .
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t11e tl.nie fc!r c;b5:.:1, ,- ..-, ,!..-pzt-? ill..:. I.)o.-~,:;f'PPce ?.:g:: at, T]cLfl.,?ytga
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F r v . Tjailey rret i.rctl on 'lei:. 3;. , 1
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,i.'h?iw ::re~r?'t.i;r? c%nG?!
b?.gr labeled " l l e l l i e C n l l . f o r . r i ! , x . "
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becape. p o s t , : ! l n ~ t ? r , 3.nd t ; i e pu".;, 0 f C i ~ 8 k!a:. ':c1~1c?di : . 'rb:,~rin:-(:n
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:'u!nmi t C:rove.
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lly lric:: Kzarns
ZkyI.i.i,e :,odg::
a t o - p w Y i r , - , 11 i 11
is l o c u t e a or? t h e e a s t side o f Paloinar Mountain
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(;ticre, I t Y J : ~ a new ' l i f e f o r them
and t h e y cl i d nc;t kii6.1:~ 1~i1::il ab:.t?t f r o r l t i e r living,
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F o r inztenr:c- fjrice t;icy'tlrfirc asked 1 ; ~greaEe a wagon arid vlere
g i v e n it t o . r . ? I . a f grearc,, .L~.;;c;T,, t h e t w o b r o - t h e r s asked f o r ore
g r e a s e . Ccl :'?ci'!de:.ixi iyhy; !;he nwner i ; ~ e n tbaclc t o t h e w a g o n vjith
the15 r.nd I':~~.rtd knc a h n l e & h i ~ greaser1
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e x c e p t the tongue,
Al:c,.r:sr t i , ~ i e , tkisy b ~ ~ l L t c a b i r i ~ q t h
i o a t any d o o r s o r u i r l d o w s o
T h e y g o t i n by c l i , t l b i r l g a lz%.ier arid t o i q ; t n r a u b h t h e roof,
s.fter ?iiv:iile they went back t o dngltznd arid #arxy
Birch became
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L o r d Harry .Birch,
I n 1921 or 1922 tnc h i l l was d i v i d e d into subdivisions, I t was
called "Ceap S i t e s w because i t was d i v i d e c i fcr c m p e i k e s ,
A v l t e r coiapmy gas also starte$," ,
h clubnbuse ~ c b
s u i l t aith money donated by t h e f i r s t cabin
cjwn%.;Iuin Car~pS i t e s , The Luialjarr and the'cedar log beams nerc fram
t h e saw m i l l in Pedley V a l l e y . I t was a l l native mountain l u m b e r ,
I t =as l a t e r sol'd and a d i n i n g rooln and kitchen were added by
t h e new owners, It was reria~ner?2 : j g e v t c ~ d Tavern,
Quite aahile afterwards, ;Ir, ail3 14rs. A r t Roenig b o u g h t it
and turnad it i n t o a h o t e l and gif 1 shop,, T h y still have it today
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down the EaeC Qradt,
S t a ~ t i q~t t h e Porjt O f i i c s , t h e firbfn valley we paBe i e Pcadley 'Jalleg,
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AhouS LrX) yoc~roago 'B i l l i e G h i ~ l c c k , h i s wife, and t,yo:chf.llren,
and Anica livacl lierc. ,
Rannnh
klannrth, A n l c e , n2d E r g , tlhi3Lock cenz fron th8 m.%tw i t k . ?lr, Strong (?-Ire,
tihi tloclcue formztr kLv.sbanr?), P;r, Skrong d i e d 8'; Dovney ~ n dh i a fernily cams on
to Palomsr,
dlao 1 Z ~ i n ghere! r;? th?t 5fme was Tom P e C r e r ~ ~3em Sfriplin bought h i s
place,
Saa e t ~ . r t c da s,mm f l l t o which ,;.!lo o l d steam boil.sr is a t i l l t h a r a ,
lmbcr mda m mng cnkiins on Palou~ar,
Mro Pedley
bon~ht,Bhm va1l.l)- lo';sr,
The
Bow the valley Fo -maela after him,
I t is nPIIl!. there
Charles Mrbg of LR JoLla stcrted w. reaort there later,
today,
A stream fmm Irm S ~ r i n g : ,passes tGough the valley and supplies it i d t h
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ybb*,by Mrs, Bnilay, now it is owned by Dr, Howarde. .'
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and Gsorge, a m from Toxao in a coverod wagon, " . -
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Cook Valley and the old school house :!ee nzi3e p&.rt of t h ~ i rhouseo
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George Dyche eattled h n r e rshout o.\o cerrturjr ngv,
a l l by himself, Also i n the vall.l:l:~ t;nJ ,:oo'eph Smith,
bcceuee of this he wae c a l l e d Long J o a or Largo,
Ile clzrjm f r o m Vi.c{f.nln
Smith was a t a l l man and
Smith -8 anid t o be i n Snn Dj.oeo 9 s %rly Eie 1853, IIe earved on th2
Oouaey Board of S~pervisore, Kc ~ 1 7 0: i i c l R . 3 ~ p t 3 n t q ~38 ~ 0 1 dOne. c c f f i n Per 10
d o l l a r s . Ha mde 3wo c o f f t n a f c r '12 7-allnrn'apfeca, 3mfth got 6 0 d o l l - a r s f o r
eome bencheo he xado for e court hecso,
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became a at;ore c l e r k in S:?n Diego, ,
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Smith uca p r a t t p we1.l o f f i;hougli, Ha: lived in a 4-room adobe houea, Be
had cattle, e h ~ a p ,horseas and hogs, StoLth a a l d h a m and bacon t o the a l d
Butterf I a l d Staga.
Smith yals su ar-eza Captah, 1 t a r 3 $:!id t k a t ho piclced up name tree e v e d o
i n C h i n s an3 p l ~ ~ ~ thm
t e d i n tlle middl3 o f t.he vrilloy,
Q!:4 day J3it wcc Caking rrool t a ?'si!ln~~.lnf h n 'ha oatd a hitchiker Firid picked
hila up. Cnith Lilcad [email protected] and. vide . h i m h i s :f'c.~re:iiiu:, They hcd m a i ~ ,fights and
f l n z i l l y SmithDs foren.an k i l l a d him,
T k fo2timn took,n hcrn-c and at;artc:t dmln t h e m m ~ t a i n , George Dycha n a w
him and. utu-ted. t o eok qucisticns u n t;<> :!!>.-..reklu :dnu $ping and why ao fast.
O & Q X took
~ ~ U E I bod: t o SIiiitfiby: ~WV:LIU mlfi ~ Q ? U ZJoe
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Gsoi-gs w ~ st a k i : ~him t a Tsmecu.f.i~.b;t ;?:3.'chnb r r i u o n iind eonts,of SrnithBs
f r i e n d e hii<%
iun, Lat;~rb wlia fou.;it/ to ?!is! desa~rberfsoa 65 Biit4eh ahip in
Georgu Gyclw ' b r o ~ q b tthe ranch t o n s e i l f n g ?-id bougnt it hirnoolf. He
uasrfad ~n Zndk~ra w i d ~ nand had 4 c h i l i l ~ ~ ; ~Bauriual
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and B f l l wore t'm hoyoY
uaneo,
Louta Salmorrs l a d s houoa i n Dyche Vr,sllay, Lat ar he moved t c t h bour3s
Dr, Jamason,' 'Pis third houncs he lived in 13 now erhere Dr,
Bo~iard3 ives ,
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Dyche VuLlay is now o*med by Dr.,Jasscon ozi? IIr, David lfen&.~~uhall:
both
l i v s in 3r,u I>Sa.(ro, Tha valley f s w a f for g m z t n g csttl9,
Thin
flzs next a % l l ~ y which
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is on the l e f t a i d s o f th9 rcad is H i l l Vailley.
ii3 where W i l l Cook eatflzli,
P a r t o f 21!.~ kppla c;rcbard .Is etill there,
Will Vallay i s <)me11i)g $a&c Flent?e:~i-:~.Ilnow,
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v a r y ~';UY?I;..~L:,T b u i l t ,
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"e promoted t h e bull- din^ of' t h p
;.chooL i n Sl?nda.y 9chocl 1;2rzta, a l ~ o . !ifs ~ i xc b l i d r r n , Ncnnie,
Iiodge, C1 Z i 7 t o n , Nl.1 t o n , Or'Lan~.loar;d .EZizzbeth a t t e n d s ? t ? ~ er c h o o l
.slon,p w l t h o t h e r c h i l d r s n of Lhe area.
,Krt. q a i l c g , a l ~ o ,s i a r > t e d a
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t ' - ~ e i rl o n ~trin 1.23t h e
rnourltain. P e c n l e G O O I ~) 3 & ~ 3 i l?,9 conle t.o ~ t a yat t h e ?3.zile,)r10h o ~ e
t,o cnend t h e i r vacations.
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Theo4or i 3 s i l e y never lnter:.Ieri i,o tart a I o d ~ e ,but roo:^ ?he
dornandc \for more room mndc- if, nl?c?eFsnry t o have s ~ s c o n , i s corky
a d d e d t o %he kio:J?e.
rhu rcc+:;nd :1t,c1*5 !.ra~made o f ~ ~ 4 . 3 1:rood
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p r o v l d e d s i x more b c d r o o m ~ . 2 c l i n i r ~room
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bulldln,? was a l ~ o
b u i l t 73~~siAe
the hoere.
Z ' ! I C : ~ J ? ~ ) ~ CB R i l e y , a l s o , drrlve I?, ~ . ~ O Y ~ F S
ci raw11 st:i,?e, c ? , l l e d t h e ' P E ~ O G I ; . ~ ;.'oc,;.ktaln Ho'teL Ft,a::c, ' dol:in
Xate darrison'~G r ~ : i et o i ~ c e l ;t . f > ~ ~ r ~at
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cfiurch, F o when thc3ir2 Fan,
?:ll!.t,on, wag olcl enol.~y'i.,t,c
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:-:an Diego, V l l t o n ' ~bride promtly t o o i ; ur, her d u t i e e an h o s t e s s
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X l l t o n 3ailey b e c & e ' n dentlst. i l i r : o l l f i c e wae in the Bad< of
America rjuilding in Ean Diego.
Dr.. R i l l l e y would e t a y down in Sari
Diego d u r i n e t h e week and t h e n rett,~~-.a
t o the mountain f o r weekende.
Dr, and V r a . Bailey had 2 e o n s , t b c i r o l d e e t , Stephen Bailey and
their youngsr Fon, iG~wton, T'ne boyfi attended school in San Diego.
Fron a b o u t 1920 until 1957 t h e pnor t o f f i c e for v!ountain resldencep.
was k e p t o t Eiailey'n." Tho 7 0 ~ ot f ' f l c e I?rd been k e n t at the
B a i l e y home b e f o r e , in 1802.
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During thc t o u r i s t s e a s o n tho ? a l l e y P~m1I.y s t a y e d on t h e mountain.
But ~111eni t came time f o r s c h o o l tc t r ~ k sun In the fall the lodge
was shut u o f o r the winter, and t h o ?:illeys moved to %an
rhe next summer t h e y would retam.
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At the age of 50 Dr. F i l t o n Bailey s u f f e r e d a severe heart attack
which proved fatal,
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rnucl? fur h e r t r s handle alone, so w h e stooped renting roome and
he clored t h e d i n i n g room.
She alco had some o f t h e Bailey l a n d
sub-divided and old, But Krs'. n t i i l e y Is st111 llv113g, gear
around, in the original, historical Theodore Bailey horfle.
In 1956, Krs. Sailey, at the age'of 72, toolr a t r i n , alone, to
Xexico. - . T.b l , ~ l ethere ella met .a ?<exican family whose son, Luz
Lara, she b r o u ~ h t ,back t~ the ~nol?nte,inwhen she rcturl-bed. Luz
Lara is now emnloyed at t h e Observatory, but he is till l i v i n g
with ltrs, Railay.
Yrs. Bailey 1 s now 73 and I I ~ lPi v c c i on t l i e inountaim f o r o v e r 50 years.
Palomar w i l l alwaya rsmemSer the long ago fane tb.t the S s i l e y s
once b r o u m t her.
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Ltrug bzfort: t S z wkt'ha mnn W F I P t o t\.n 17cuntq:in it wrna a favorito hiating
grau,l.! f3r tlx lildiann, ae.;ectally in t h e c,uminer, Them vera ten ar mare
d 2 l u , 5 2 a i t s z OT ranchierl~e 03 t o j j tif' T E ~ ~ I L ~ ; ,TWO
. , Pilapidatad tepoce sera
a t i l l , a t a r ~ d i n gtn 1910; one r a a abaire LA .-7~3.!1 C r e e k and one naur %ileyo e Basor%,
The holrtrr; tlx3.t tb Indinne
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u&re ii:,su5 f c u ~to twelve i r l c h ~ adttep.
'Xuitar %bin l ~ l r i c sbucame S t l s s r U s d s t
t h e h~mdrodic of Indian mortar&,
Todeg you. cnn f i n d 311cvcrr Creet by
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After it was Sf lver Crest f t W ~ cn
E c~;Lh:v i s i o n s e L l s d 8zal.es Pfirle,
were l o b s t h & vere snrva:rad and Borne 'wepi3 s c l d .
There
2;for.o Aza:.ea PFX-4 c o u l d beeclne p r t o f tlits Stmta Park, i ; l ~ atrvat s h
be legall.:? rrcrandoned, T b Attomey-Ge3ncmil h d t o eigs a papor ?:.ei'~retkz
5 o t l l d be i~bendo~ed,T b n ono &y ho want c u t uha n t l ~ cur.at,r W E reall dsq?.
Ha won% kff :gay 02; hiu Borae; w h m h i e hoj:.ss c o u l d n o t go my Zsl;r'i;h3r, ha
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T5en OznP-ar, Park became part
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dnughter, Ha built; h i s house out of l o g s c u d lumber from PaiCLsy Valley, He
~ a t e ri n barrel8
nudo hie own ahakee two-fortt lcng f o r t'nd roof, Be had t o ~ G LtG
f r m n a epring, Re but 19; a c l a t a m t o f i 3 . L w i t u anow aria s ~ q s ~ ) l o r a nt th e spring
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A-Kter ha built his hrnlue he bought; L(jC s c r e o and p l c n t a d an apple orchard,
When Nigi<er Nsta O~wads m a built he klyi.jd b u i l d I t o
In 1905 h i e wife E i s d and Boughsr mnvsd t o Rincon and e o l d his land,
William P e ~ r e o neoi; killed,-by-v. fa11ing tre;ao l?ie ten-day old grandchild lnya
beoida him, Willfain Baugher d i o d in E e c ~ ~ l d l dr,t
o tho age of 92.
Thcre were two tower8;on Bowbar Fill,
about 31 yan,*s ago, Tha one) t h e i~ tk!2!-
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Yurchtiaes of 19:ld f a r the State Park v v r e startad by tha S t a t a of California
1u 1372, At f i r s t it hadl 1784 ecrea, t h e 2 40 aorec wore added aa tht i t )md
1764 acreno ' T o b y it has 1083 acreso
Zest year they y n t 10
Flu p r k has 51 carny, sites snd.35 p i c n l c e'ltes.
picnic sit28 40iu Dosane Valley ao now there $re 46 pfcnfc s i t o e , In tha
arunmer %hhera is a naturalis$ vho has hikea axrd e v ~ n i n p progrrms,
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Tha U, 3, Forestry maintains the l o c k cub o n ??%&I Point, It Fa 45 fcst
high and has a room at the top & fset wid.e, Ti. t s s i ~ u i l tf a 19% about N.
years ago, T h y b u . i l t a new one dbaut a yc:?.r -.i>Oo
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Ilate or Uncle S a t e by the people on thi3 rnountafn, Be l i v e d 60 mnqy yearo o t
a tiir-rt i.n tile -ria&on the Weot rlfrido t'mt i t tta9 o f f i o i l ~ l l ynaraed Wimar
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H H ~cama r j i th hie-mastar i r o n Xer:tu:ky 1~y ox tzam. After hi? maater
died, f i t s foiuld h l a way%t o . t h a foot o f P&Zor::sr Mcuntain and tot;k up o claim
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tld Nat e Grade rraw vir.c!a,
Fie would br!cn~:water f o r tho
horuso wpan ba haarc! a tea3 coming up t h l e g~.r;da, Uauclllly t h e people
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people could l'iiur3 out gate was 101 yearo old,
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greeted the tmaml.era.
DIP, Mileon U e i l e ; ~aaw t o it ,that the ,marker woe m.da and placed 'by the road,
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ho bod s ,;'oba!? a 'dote1 c l ~ r l ci3 Sat? Diegoo
Hhilo ha -,no in Szr? Dic;;:a '-LO van ,. :.?fze for th Eulndscsest rran in t h s s u parta-at let-st sane p a ~ 2 l oe:-,y t h i s 1 s t,rueg
When :4r, Dcx.:[email protected] i1J.z ~?othr;rr;~c:rarlI L ~t o P ~ l o m rthey Ix~dadjoining c a b i n a ,
b u t b o t h m r e on dif'fcrcr:.k l a n d r i ~ i l + ; n o . ! : I ~ - F , ~ [email protected] stayed on tha mountain a n d
cooked 2'c.r. :I?, l!oaim w-ti1 .rha d i ~ 3 , the^ F?s. D ~ a n stook her t o I;'&bottom of .
the mountaia asd b ~ ? . c ~iiar
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Far awkilc 3ac.-a's %o 3nclth~mc:ir:3
Cne 5i.n:j wher- one of t h e brothers
cnme Ii? .rhcn h~ paoaed t h e
uas coming ltomo f r o n t h e s t o r e , a- snow ::.^,c?rm
Rcndesn'mll hoveo Tlie i\Tcndank.sli family ~,ai-,scl h?.m t a o%ag the night b71C he aaid
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the xagon which PI ms drf-rLng turned over.
it e~ldsd~xy tb.t tkc wrigon hird t o stay Zhore t i m r e n t of t k r , wintero
Doern3 alao A d E t e r r i f i c Pore for every teacher
saw. They say he
prop onod t a sver? school tscl.ch%r he mek0 He a l s o l i k e d to gs 2nd Rook Zhrofigh
t h e rriada?r of the eshoo!. at, t ? l e G a w h ~ r sbut
~ this catraod a slight problem when
the shildran asw I i i m , I t scared than aut of their wit e o '
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i ~ oa wife; This worked out pretty good
b e c ~ o s ahs g o t 29 answers, Two years 1af;crwhen ha bought Doano galley he went
t 3 Lolzieiann and picked up hia :gift. Qn tho way back from zfcking up h i o wlfc
hx also brotzght s negro maid ~ n took
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h e r home v i t h h i m , ' On the tray up tke
mountain he rrtopped and t o l d Mr. Bate hr! !wd broup,h), him a wife, Mate" reply
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"Which ane'ltt
X : f , Doane called t h e negress maid, ''Cuhb:~",?acacse she hnd 81ich large f a a t ,
Coane w-id that Cubby hnd f e s t RR b i g no bc:*rrs feet.
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By now;DoanaRa blnck b e ~ r dk d tvri;.a.! gmy , and trhm hc~and t h o nnzraau
were out In t h e f i a l d the maid coulb eizr,:jn s?t dono with her s l z ~ r eof t h e work
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t o t h o stoke anf!. oeid the f o o d 1 . ~ 3n r ) -->w?, 3ut i t andsd up thnt tna m s l d had
t r i e d t o poiac-! ! f r o and Kr?. Doar.~)boc:xu;;c 3hq t b o u g k t they worlr.r?Z b r t o o
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1t i a a s i d tln t Fir, e:i:I ?!z*so Doane g o t a divorco, and
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