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Letters to the Editor

March/April 2016 Issue

Congratulations on your article about Carson City. As a small business owner, it’s great to see Carson portrayed so positively. I have always loved Nevada Magazine and I love the direction you are taking it!
— Kathie Taylor, Reno

I would very much like to have a copy of the Nevada ghost towns and historic sites map. My husband and I enjoy exploring the Nevada backcountry (a far different landscape from here in Florida!), having hiked the entire Toiyabe Crest Trail from Arc Dome to Kingston Canyon, horse-packed in the Jarbidge wilderness, as well as 4WD road trips exploring backcountry roads and towns. We’d love to have this map to help us plan our next trip.
— Pam Hale, Palm Bay, Florida

Ed. Note: Our vintage ghost town maps sold out so quickly, but if you missed out, fear not! We are in the process of creating a new one with updated information, some additional towns, and more. See our May/June 2016 issue for more information.


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5 comments to “Letters to the Editor”

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  1. I would like to see more diversity in the magazine and especially the Historical Calendar.

  2. Congratulations to Ms. Mueller as the new Managing Editor of Nevada Magazine! I loved the Alien Cowboys on your first issue! I read it cover to cover, not even minding how homesick it made me for Nevada!

  3. Bobbi Stokes says: -#1

    Just purchased the Nevada Magazine for July & August-we were thrilled to see TJ Browns picture-Rain on the Rails.He is a fine photographer and hope to see more of his work in your magazine. Thanks, Bobbi Stokes

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