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Only one or two old-timers know and want to convey their knowledge. All too soon they will die and take their stories and their families' stories to the grave with them.
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We will be poorer for what they do not leave behind. We invite anyone having knowledge of this unique area to contact us if you are willing to share lluvia de oro victor villasenor stories. Included on this site are some great historical photos.
And no, we did not find any gold.
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Update Along the Rio Fuerte, the original water pumping plant for the Lluvia de Oro mine is visible from the new road between Tubares and Choix.
We returned to Lluvia in May Since it was late in the day, we spent the night in Encinitos - a small community above La Lluvia de oro victor villasenor. The day had started with a good omen.
We had left Choix and were headed north to catch the ferry across Huites Lake.
Along the way, we passed a pickup stopped in the shade by the side of the road. As we went by, one of the group by the truck yelled something at me. I didn't make it out but I heard the word Lluvia.
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We stopped to walk back and there stood Montserrat, our host from last fall, grinning and laughing! And we were wondering how to make contact and whether anyone would be around!
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We spent the next hour catching up on events and learned they too were headed north. We arranged to meet.
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Montserrat's family lived in Encinitos, coincidentally by the store where we had stopped last fall for a soda. By the time Montserrat arrived, we had met the family and were making friends with them.
That night we cooked some carnitas outside for everyone and made plans for the next day. Over a couple rounds of cervezas, we talked well into the night.
We inquired about Buenaventura and learned he too was nearby.
The next morning, Buenaventura joined Doug and I to go to Lluvia. Inside the Lluvia de Oro Mine. The original miner's entrance was at this level. It has not been quite a year since the road had been bulldozed from Encinitos to lluvia.
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Already I could see noticeable degradation. Light rains had started to erode some spots and the process would only get worse.
Our ATVs handled it easily but this is going to be an on-going problem. From up on high, I could easily see the new road that was being completed south of Tubares to Choix.