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Olancha Shopping

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    by Yaqui Updated Dec 13, 2008

    One of those unique places along the hwy that caught my hubbies eye. Hmm....he said Fresh Jerky?...I think we will stop and we did..lol! Not much to look at, in fact it almost looks abandon. Yet, it is a little store filled with life. The little lady gave us samples and everyone was really good. We bought four packages of beek jerky and it was all very good. It was pricey, but well worth it.

    Hours of Operation
    Summer: Monday thru Sunday
    8am – 8pm
    Winter: Monday thru Sunday
    8am – 7pm

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Olancha Off The Beaten Path

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    by Yaqui Written Dec 13, 2008

    Farley’s Olancha Mills California Historical Marker #796

    The plaque reads: In 1860, while working for the Silver Mountain Mining Company in the Coso Mountains, M.H. Farley conceived the idea of building a processing mill on a creek that flowed into Owens Lake. He explored and named Olancha Pass that year, and by December of 1862 had completed the first mill and furnace in the Owens River Valley, on Olancha Creek about one mile west of this marker.

    Location: On State Hwy 395 (P.M. 34.1), at Fall Rd, 0.6 mi S of Olancha

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