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Mojave Road guide

Dennis G. Casebier

Mojave Road guide

by Dennis G. Casebier

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Published by Tales of the Mojave Road Pub. Co. in Norco, Calif .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mojave Road (Calif. and Nev.),
  • Southwest, New
    • Subjects:
    • Automobile travel -- Mojave Road (Calif. and Nev.) -- Guidebooks.,
    • Mojave Road (Calif. and Nev.) -- Guidebooks.,
    • Southwest, New -- Guidebooks.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Dennis G. Casebier and the Friends of the Mojave Road.
      SeriesTales of the Mojave Road ;, no. 11
      ContributionsCasebier, Dennis G., Friends of the Mojave Road.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF786 .C34 1986
      The Physical Object
      Pagination232 p., [18] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages232
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2742027M
      ISBN 100914224131
      LC Control Number86050396
      OCLC/WorldCa15635687

      Mojave Road Guide, An Adventure Through Time Revised 4th Editon with a new GPS Edition, has pages by Dennis G. Casebier Explore the route used by pioneers on their way to California. The Mojave Road lets your SUV act as a time machine, guiding you on a trail that stretches for miles through country virtually unchanged since prehistoric times.   If you are travelling with someone, I highly encourage that you purchase the Mojave Road Guide book by Dennis Casebier. The information is amazing as it literally tells you about "stuff" on the trail on a mile by mile basis. It also gives you an odometer guide which we had a .

      Mojave Road, a 4-Wheel Drive Route in California The Mojave Road is an east-west route located within the Mojave National Preserve, in southwestern California, USA. The trail enters the park near Piute Spring on the east side and on Soda Dry Lake near Zzyzx on the west.   At first it was nice to just chat with fellow offroaders, but then we all realized that Dennis was THE Dennis who wrote the Mojave Road Guide Book that we where using. Very cool chance encounter! We settled in after the group left and had some night photography fun and enjoyed watching some kangaroo rats as they scurried about.

        The publishers of the official Mojave Road Guide have developed an alternate mile detour for Mojave Road travelers, the new log is located in the back of the book. The book is authored by Dennis Casebier with the help of many Friends of the Mojave Road.5/5(2). ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Revised edition of: Guide to the Mojave Road. c Includes: Cartoons by Ted Jensen. Includes index.


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Mojave Road guide by Dennis G. Casebier Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book admirably serves its purpose as a clear and detailed guide to the Mojave Road along with the history associated with it. However, you will also pass near many other wonderful sites and hikes in the Mojave along the way/5(25). Product details Spiral-bound: pages Publisher: Tales of the Mojave Road Publishing Company; 4th edition () Language: English ISBN ISBN Package Dimensions: x 7 x inches Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies) Customer Reviews: Reviews: Mojave Road Guide: An Adventure Through Time (Tales of the Mojave Road, No.

22) by Casebier, Dennis; Ervin, Chris S. and a great selection of related books, art. Mojave Road Guide: An Adventure Through Time Written by Dennis G. Casebier Maps by Chris S. Ervin. Mojave Road guide book is the original Mojave Road Guide authored by historian Dennis Casebier who rediscovered this old wagon road, now a major recreational trail.

Explore the route used by pioneers on their way to California. Dennis G. Casebier has 12 books on Goodreads with 15 ratings. Dennis G. Casebier’s most popular book is Mojave Road Guide.

Dennis G. Casebier is the author of Mojave Road Guide ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Camp Beals Springs and the Hualapai Indian Dennis G. Casebier is the author of Mojave Road Guide ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Camp Beals Springs and the Hualapai Indian /5(8).

The Mojave Road Guide by Dennis Casebier provides mile-by-mile descriptions of the road. It is available from park information centers or by mail from Western National Parks Association.

All vehicles operating within Mojave National Preserve must be street-legal in accordance with California DMV requirements.

MOJAVE ROAD GUIDE A Website For Those Interested in Exploring the Mojave Road and the Mojave National Mojave Road guide book Join our Ventrillo Server for VOIP discussions of the Mojave Road anytime.

Round table discussions Fridays and Sundays 6pm Pacific Time. The Mailbox is awesome, it contains the Mojave Road “guest book”. Travelers sign in from all over the world, leaving their mark and adding it to the history of the road.

Placed in by the Friends of the Mojave Road it helps log the traffic the road gets to keep the road : Laura Veharanta. MOJAVE MOJAVE NATIONAL PRESERVE NATION AL PRESERVE SODA LAKE (dry) SILVER LAKE (dry) IVANPAH LAKE (dry) D e vil s 35mi Pl a y g r o u n d n W a s h C o t t o n w o o d 6mi Mojave Camp 35 10 55 36 47 Seventeen Mile Point 35 10 55 36 47 to meet other Mojave Road Traveler’s and Relax (off map) 35 02 23 22 51 sheltered Mojave Road Guide.

With GPS 4th Edition. Author Dennis G Casebier. The Mojave Road Guide revised edition includes new maps, GPS coordinates and the road log has been completely updated to reflect changes in management and landmarks. This is the original Mojave Road Guide authored by historian Dennis Casebier, who rediscovered this old wagon road, now a major recreational trail.

THE MOJAVE ROAD PART 1 (WEST HALF) Pages are numbered from West to East. Mileage is marked in distance from West end, followed by distance from Eastend(i.e; /).

Acknowledgement: Special thanks to Dennis Casebier, author of The Mojave Road Guide for much of the informa on found here. Mojave Road guide (Tales of the Mojave Road) Goffs & its schoolhouse: The historic cultural center of the East Mojave desert (Tales of the Mojave Road) Camp Beals Springs and the Hualapai Indians Guide to the Mojave Road (Tales of the Mojave Road).

These two crossings are described in the Mojave Road Guide as at miles and – a quarter mile south of the BLM Campground. Coming from the east, you can follow the below directions thus avoiding these potential problem areas. Those driving the Mojave Road from west to east would simply reverse the instructions.

Mojave Road Guide Book by Dennis G. Casebier Just got this in the mail. How does a great adventure start. With a great story. This is an awesome book of more than just a map, guide book with GPS coordinates. This book gives us a great deal of history on how the Mojave Views: Description.

The Mojave Road In The Pioneering Photographs of Rudolph D'Heureuse. Edited by Jeff Lapides — Foreword by Dennis Casebier. The Mojave Road in showcases the glass plate negative images taken by photographer Rudolph d’Heureuse during his travels along the Mojave Road—from Drum Barracks at the Port of Los Angeles to the mines of Eldorado Canyon on.

The Mojave Desert Heritage and Cultural Association (MDHCA) released the fourth edition of the Mojave Road Guide in The significantly revised, expanded edition includes new maps and GPS coordinates and the road log was updated to reflect changes that occurred in.

The Mojave Road or Trail. Been on the Mojave Road a few times and yes it is more of a trail. Very nice area especially in the cooler months.

Very hot in the summer and probably not a good idea. Also if spending the night don't let the nice fall or spring weather fool you. It can be 75 degrees and sunny.5/5(15). Mojave Road Guide The Mojave Road was a main wagon trail for only a relatively short time, two decades after the civil war.

When the railroads came, the railways created an easier route to the south complete with oases on the bitter-dry deserts. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Mojave Road Guide: An Adventure Through Time by Dennis Casebier and Chris S.

Ervin (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products!. The indisputable authority on this trip is the book Mojave Road Guide, written by Dennis Casebier.

Casebier spent decades traveling the trail and has an insatiable appetite for history and geology. Casebier spent decades traveling the trail and has an insatiable appetite for history and g: Use existing campsites. Mojave Road Guide Book. Download GPX files.

Mojave Road. TIP: To expose alternative routes and POIs in Google Maps, open the sidebar and select the desired layer. Resources. Land Managers. Mojave National Preserve (NPS) Gallery.The Old Mojave Road takes off-road adventurers from the Colorado River through the Mojave National Preserve to Afton Canyon near Barstow California.

This historic route has been used by native Indians, Spanish explorers, and settlers. Today the Mojave Road is a popular adventure trip for groups of 4-Wheel drive vehicles.