History of the Loop

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Authored by: darrendemers12 onTuesday, December 01 2020 @ 10:43 AM UTC
By the mid 1920's, and with the building of a trans-Sierra highway into Yosemite via Tioga Pass, June Lake became a popular stop for Auto Tours. holiday sheet set , fluffy bed sets , chambray sheets , fancy bed sheets online , double bed duvet cover , vicky razai website , sofa cover with cushion cover , velvet bedsheet Many famous personalities were known to visit the loop and a variety of shops and resorts sprung up to accommodate visitors. In the 1930's the City of Los Angeles arrived in the area to build the Grant Lake Dam and Mono Craters Tunnel, ad which would divert water from the Mono Basin into the acqueduct. With the influx of workers and industrial activity the town boomed, becoming a full service community and by 1940 there was even a ski area established. Unfortunately due to the water diversions, the agricultural activities of the Mono Basin;s numerous ranches were destined to end.