Eastern Mojave Vegetation Lanfair Road - Mojave National Preserve  

Tom Schweich  

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Other articles: Cedar Canyon Road Lanfair Ivanpah Road at Lanfair and Cedar Canyon Roads. Routes to Water at Lanfair at Lanfair

Locations: Lanfair.  


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"Lanfair #1"
  • Cedar Canyon Road
  • Ivanpah Road
  • Road to Fort Piute

Literature Cited:
- Thompson, David G., 1919.

Locations: Lanfair.  

David Thompson (1919) wrote about Lanfair, "During the last two or three years many settlers have taken up homesteads in this valley, most of them near Lanfair, and have been attempting to raise crops by dry farming. In the fall of 1917 more than 130 registered voters were living here. There was a small store at Lanfair, at which groceries, gasoline, and oil could be obtained. "
  There is a telephone near this intersection. The new telephone has a telephone number, which unfortunately I don't know. The old telephone number was "Lanfair #1." The old telephone looked like this (38KB,GIF).

Other articles: Field Notes Fenner Valley, September 22, 200

Locations: Bobcat Hills.
Full Size ImageLooking north at the Bobcat Hills in the southeast corner of the Lanfair Valley  




Locations: Hackberry Mountain.
Full Size ImageWinkler Formation at Hackberry Mountain.  

Hackberry Mountain

Hackberry Mountain is one of the three places that the informally named "Winkler Formation" crops out. The other two locations are the north slope of Wild Horse Mesa and Pinto Mountain. The people in the photograph are on a field trip with the Desert Research Symposium, held by the San Bernardino County Museum, May, 1995.



Other articles: Field Notes Fenner Valley, September 22, 200

Locations: Fenner Valley. Vontrigger Hills. Vontrigger Spring.
Full Size ImageLooking south into Fenner Valley from the vicinity of Hackberry Mountain and Vontrigger Spring  

Vontrigger Hills and Spring

Vontrigger Hills and Vontrigger Springs to the east.



Other articles: Goffs Road Goffs Field Notes Goff, September 22, 2000 U. S. Highway 66 at Goffs

Locations: Goffs.
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  • Goffs Road, east to Highway 95 at Arrowhead Junction, west to U. S. Interstate 40 at Fenner.
  • Mountain Springs Road, south to U. S. Interstate 40.
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Date and time this article was prepared: 12/12/2017 5:47:57 PM