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This mug is imprinted with my personal images. When you purchase this you help support and share my art.

This 15oz sturdy mug is perfect for your morning coffee, afternoon tea, or whatever hot beverage you enjoy. It's glossy white and yields vivid prints that retain their quality when dish-washed and microwaved.

  • Ceramic

  • 15oz mug dimensions: height - 4.7" (12 cm), diameter 3.35" (8.5 cm)

  • Dishwasher and microwave safe

  • These images have my signature. These unique photos are my personal experience and memories. Images like these keep you humble and appreciate life. When you purchase my art you help support the sharing of beauty and learning. Thanks in advance for your purchase.

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Olancha was established by Minnard Farley, who came to the area in 1860 and discovered silver ore in the nearby Coso Range. The name "Olancha" is believed to be derived from the nearby Yaudanche tribe. For processing the ore, he built a stamp mill just south of Olancha Creek. The remains of a stone wall from this mill still exists and has been designated as a California Historical Site (marker #796).[3]

The first post office at Olancha opened in 1870.[4]

On August 11, 1969 Manson Family members Charles “Tex” Watson and Dianne “Snake” Lake settled down in Olancha two days after Watson had stabbed Sharon Tate to death. Here, Watson bought a newspaper revealing that it still was a mystery who committed the Manson murders and confessed to Lake: “I killed her, Charlie (Manson) ordered me to do so, it was fun”. This fact was witnessed by Lake during the Watson trial in 1971. Lake was shortly put into custody in Independence after complaints from Olancha inhabitants for swimming nude. After a few weeks the two of them left Olancha for the final Manson hideout in Death Valley.[8]