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I'm sort of confused; I haven't been through Roseville for a while (summer 2014) but I had definitely been warned about a camp I saw on the Citrus Heights (south) end of the yard by basically everyone I knew who went through Roseville circa 2013, the first time I did.

I'm assuming that's the old (or only) FTRA camp, so it was basically good info in the first place, right?

Idk, I mean this took place in Dunsmuir and whatever camps they might have been referring to were also in Dunsmuir. I'm not even sure what the question is here, given you've drawn this parallel to Roseville and some other camp? I'm lost.
 
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Idk, I mean this took place in Dunsmuir and whatever camps they might have been referring to were also in Dunsmuir. I'm not even sure what the question is here, given you've drawn this parallel to Roseville and some other camp? I'm lost.
If you tried reading all 58 of the original messages for the first time in one sitting, you'd probably be confused too! Thanks for pointing out this was in Dunsmuir. You probably know Dunsmuir is just one town north of Roseville on the UP line so between time, space and the mention of an FTRA camp, I got mixed up untop of trying to make sense of the 58 original messages. I wrote I found this confusing, sorry.
 

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