Welcome! Log In Create A New Profile Recent Messages

Deep Creek Hot Springs

The Moon is Waxing Crescent (17% of Full)


Advanced

Re: Hotspringer Misfortune

All posts are those of the individual authors and the owner of this site does not endorse them. Content should be considered opinion and not fact until verified independently.

February 09, 2004 02:20PM
The lights that the hikers saw would have been the cement plant off in
the distance to the north. A very sad ending. It sounds like these
people accessed the area through the Bowen Ranch. Did they pay Mike
Castro or a representative at the Bowen Ranch tollgate? If they did,
Mike Castro could have some culpability in the woman's death. Does
Mike Castro provide any receipt or anything stating that he is not
liabile for any injuries to persons or property? No he does not.

The Civil Code Section provides protection for property owners who do not charge for recreational use. However, the Bowen Ranch requires a toll for access to the public lands for recreation.

Did Mike Castro or his representatives take money from people who were obviously accessing Deep Creek Hot Springs during thee culpability in the woman's death. Does
Mike Castro provide any receipt or anything stating that he is not
liabile for any injuries to persons or property? No he does not.

The Civil Code Section provides protection for property owners who do not charge for recreational use. However, the Bowen Ranch requires a toll for access to the public lands for recreation.

Did Mike Castro or his representatives take money from people who were obviously accessing Deep Creek Hot Springs during the time when the hot springs is off limits by law? When did the couple go through the Bowen Ranch, what time? Did Mike Castro or his representative provide
any warning as to the weather conditions and the risk? Did the couple receive one of Mike Castro's inaccurate maps and try to follow his map? Does Mike Castro provide sufficient disclosure as to the possible dangers to his paying customers?

The Civil Code Section provides protection for property owners who do not charge for recreational use. time when the hot springs is off limits by law? When did the couple go through the Bowen Ranch, what time? Did Mike Castro or his representative provide
any warning as to the weather conditions and the risk? Did the couple receive one of Mike Castro's inaccurate maps and try to follow his map? Does Mike Castro provide sufficient disclosure as to the possible dangers to his paying customers?

The Civil Code Section provides protection for property owners who do not charge for recreational use. However, the Bowen Ranch requires a toll for access to the public lands for recreation.

Remember we discussed this before when 8 juveniles were lost and then found still alive.

http://www.spinics.net/dchs/forum/read.php?f=1&i=5978&t=5978
SubjectAuthorViewsPosted

Hotspringer Misfortune

Wizard 606February 06, 2004 08:32PM

Re: Hotspringer Misfortune

Rick 372February 07, 2004 12:16AM

Re: Hotspringer Misfortune

katrina island 371February 09, 2004 02:20PM

My computer is doing funny things

katrina island 382February 09, 2004 02:23PM

Re: My computer is doing funny things

Rick 333February 09, 2004 04:12PM

Re: Hotspringer Misfortune

mojavegreen 318February 09, 2004 07:21PM

Re: Hotspringer Misfortune

mojavegreen 339February 10, 2004 01:09PM

Re: Hotspringer Misfortune

LaughingBear 284February 09, 2004 08:45PM

Re: Hotspringer Misfortune

LaughingBear 647February 10, 2004 02:17PM



Sorry, only registered users may post in this forum.

Click here to login