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Originally posted by kattraxx
reply to post by Sky watcher
I got it. Hang on....
Ha! Take that USGS grad student intern. We'll beat you to the next one too.
[edit on 6/13/08 by kattraxx]
Big Bend is known in the Northern California area for its local hot springs. They are privately stewarded by the Big Bend Hot Springs Project, LLC (bigbendhotsprings.org...), and are currently closed (since December 2006) for renovations. When open, Big Bend Hot Springs can be visited for a small fee (day use or camping). There are five springs in the area: two of which are developed for tourists (which are next to the campgrounds), and one which is further down the river and consists of a number of small pools on the bank of the Pit River. There are also Geothermal Wells on the property, used to heat both pools and buildings. Managers estimate the hot springs might re-open to the public by Fall 2008.
In the town of Big Bend, another hot well is used to heat Indian Springs School (a K-8 public school), the Community swimming pool and the Community Greenhouse.