Hint: Something called the medieval warm period was important for the first settlers. It made farming possible which it isn't today.
Correction: Photos I just found through Google Earth actually show farming.
Last edited by MartinRF (2013-06-26 19:21:45)
That's not part of the California aqueduct system by any chance?
Yes; as a matter of fact, I am a cop. Why do you ask?
I'm a moderator here. How are we doing? Feedback is encouraged.
No, it's not in California. The place was some sort of livestock farming (but not really farming) and it produced huge quantities of meat.
^ Disclaimer: don't watch it from below!
Other activities pushed this down on my list of priorities... /Martin
The same here. Busy days ahead and I will not have much time to check the forum. Because I wanted to share the wiki I thought I give it away. It was a running-bison-over-cliff operation so you are