|Image Name||Width x Height||Size|
|SIA3049.jpg||640 x 433||72K|
|SIA3049.jpg||1300 x 879||338K|
This is an aerial view of Owl Springs. The photo was taken in the fall when everything was dry. On one of our tours the members spotted a resident own perched in the tree. The spring is almost dry due to wells and pumps above in the Grouse Creek Valley.
A lynch pin from a wagon was found at this spring by a historian and it is assumed that it was from one of Benjamin Kelsey's two wagons which he abandoned here on Sept. 11th, 1841.