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Visitors scour Camp Floyd to find out more about history of the park

Published: Monday, March 23 2009 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Think

"The rebellion was nothing more than a rumor."
Unless you consider the 120 people killed September 11, 1857 during the Massacre at Mountain Meadows.

@Think

Are you trying to provoke a fight or are you just badly misinformed? You seem like you are like many others, you don't have courage to use your own name and can't quote accurate history to back your claim.

@ Think.

'Are you trying to provoke a fight or are you just badly misinformed? You seem like you are like many others, you don't have courage to use your own name and can't quote accurate history to back your claim.'

By the way, WHERES your name??? And whats wrong with people having a different opinion than yours? At the time The President of the US was probably quite justified in his actions. You and I were not there so we have to rely on history for the answer. If we solely rely on Church History then we are all in trouble!!

Alan.

Deb

Guys, this isn't even what the article is about!!

@ THINK

What does the MMM have to do with anything or this article. Get over it! Nobody cares about the MMM anymore. It has nothing to do with anyone living today. If it bothers you so much go seek some counseling. sheeeh!

CARLA

Doug S

Umm . . . Alan has his causality and his chronology wrong.

Johnson's Army was not a response to Mountain Meadows. Mountain Meadows was a (horribly over-the-top) response to the news that Johnson's Army was approaching.

Charles

Geocaching is a blast. I have 3 listed and love to take the kiddie's....now back to our regularly scheduled programming....

Darrell

Geocaching is great fun. Making every article an oportunity to blast the LDS church in in very poor taste, though.

Dayton

I found the geochaching i am putting it where i found it.

Amber

i have found 2 geocaches and plan on continuing. but for me and my family it is a summer event as we hate the cold! i have yet to find an indoors geocache.

Clarke Bishop

I have been Geo Caching only a short while but where ever I go the GPS goes with. So far I have only searched part of Brisbane, most of Townsville(Qld.which is a great place to be) and Magnetic Island. I intend to Geo the USA when I visit again and your neck of the woods sounds ideal. My son is in on it, he enjoys it, finaly talked my wife to go with us. She enjoyed the walks and what we find along the way. I would not have thought of visiting Salt Lake City if it were'nt for reading your artical. Thank you. I am signed on as CZB1 if anyone is visiting Townsville from your fair city if they like, they can contact me through Geo Caching.com I will only be too happy to share our fair city with them.

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