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First, today’s and the Oct. 23 TIMELINE guesses won’t be acknowledged until after Nov. 1, since our TIMELINE guy will be on holiday.

Rest assured he will, as he always does, answer each and every one of your e-mails. Now, to the Sept. 25 little picture (circa 1961) of cars parked on the lot next to where once stood the venerable Union hotel on Main street, Nevada City. The corrugated building at left no longer stands next to Ott’s Assay office. Additionally, the TIMELINE guy erred when he said that the Sept. 11 TIMELINE answers were a first for all correct; there was one before.

Today’s Nevada City photo shows a lotta flat surface that has been plowed up. Where was it?

Please e-mail bobwyckoff@infostations.com or by mollusk mail to PO Box 216, Nevada City, CA 95959.

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