Desert Lore of Southern California

Desert Lore of Southern California Renowned western writer and former Publisher of Desert Magazine author Choral Pepper evokes the mystery and magic of southern California s desert spinning tales of lost mines Indian myths legendar

  • Title: Desert Lore of Southern California
  • Author: Choral Pepper
  • ISBN: 9780932653260
  • Page: 482
  • Format: Paperback
  • Renowned western writer and former Publisher of Desert Magazine, author Choral Pepper evokes the mystery and magic of southern California s desert, spinning tales of lost mines, Indian myths, legendary characters, strange natural features, and fabled treasure ships Her self guiding walks and drives enable the explorer to experience the stories beyond the vistas along bywaRenowned western writer and former Publisher of Desert Magazine, author Choral Pepper evokes the mystery and magic of southern California s desert, spinning tales of lost mines, Indian myths, legendary characters, strange natural features, and fabled treasure ships Her self guiding walks and drives enable the explorer to experience the stories beyond the vistas along byways and trails from the Palm Springs area to the Salton Sea, down the Colorado River, and through the desert parks from Joshua Tree to Anza Borrego As in oral and written tradition the world over, these stories have become the essential myth of this fabled land and its people Choral s lively style samples the range of desert California from often told tales of treasure ships to the first time report on the pyramids at the center of the world.

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    1. This was a fun little book all about mysteries and tall tales of SoCal desert. Lots of stories about lost gold and prospectors. While it was hard to keep all the names and stories straight (as there are many repeating patterns), the nuggets of information gave me ideas of places to visit, trails to find, and perhaps a lost mine or two to hunt up.

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