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Funding efforts by Death Valley area businesses
Panamint Springs Resort has a new Go Fund Me effort aimed at helping them through the tough times caused by COVID...

Keep the lights on at Panamint Springs Resort

The Amargosa Opera House also has one to help their operation...

The Amargosa Opera House needs your help to survive!

The Friends of the Cerro Gordo have a funding effort to help them rebuild the American Hotel after it was burned down in a recent fire...

Help Rebuild The American Hotel at Cerro Gordo
Thanks Fog. Now the COVID unemployed will know where to send their last penny or two. Or “Poopy Pants” in the California state prison unemployment scandal might be able to spend a little cash from the millions he bilked from the public.
~When You Live in Nevada, "just down the road" is anywhere in the line of sight within the curvature of the earth.
DAW, not sure what the unemployment scandal has to do with helping out some of the area businesses affected by the pandemic.

Having been to PSR over the Thanksgiving holiday, business is running about 25% of usual, at best. For Thanksgiving dinner, we served 163 people, a far cry from our usual numbers of 400+.

The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, to go orders, or to eat on the porch. While Inyo county is still allowing indoor dining with limitation, PSR has decided to forgo indoor dining for the time being. The giant tent is setup next to the restaurant, and can be used.

The motel and campground is open, but of course the numbers are way down.

PSR is hoping business will pick up a bit, so they can bring back some staff. Right now, it is still a skeleton crew, but they have hired a cook and a server at this point.

David Bricker / SYR
DV Rat.  Live upstate NY, play Death Valley, retiring to Hawaii. '95 Cherokee, barely.

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