The experience, technology, and our collective vision are unparalleled and frankly astounding…Bluetent has put together an impressive direct-booking website platform, channel management, marketing services, and most importantly a talented team. We look forward to continuing our trailblazing efforts with the combined teams.
Now they have access to industry-leading technology, as well as a talented collaborative team, who understand this complex industry, seek opportunities for growth, and are passionate to help clients succeed. While recent consolidation indicates a maturing ability to scale website development operations and services in the industry, the acquisitions may also point to an escalated challenge of staying both innovative and profitable in a fast-moving technology space.
With the acquisition, Bluetent is gaining clients representing 15, properties. Herman and his employees at VDS will join the Bluetent team, and VDS customers will transition without any changes to their current contracts. To implement our new responsive web design, we selected VDS for their reputation, fair pricing and local knowledge of our area. The redesign was a huge project for our small office, and VDS provided the competent, attentive guidance we needed right down to the last detail. Their continued oversight has given our site a terrific boost in traffic.
Coincidentally, Bluetent was at the top of our list as well during our search for a web company. Their design work is easy to spot for its clean, cutting edge style. We are thrilled that our top choices are now one and the same company! Peter Scott. Such terrific news, Kerry!
You made an excellent decision choosing VDS, and we are delighted to work with you all. Onwards and upwards! Miller Hawkins. My entire staff has very much enjoyed working with the VDS staff over the years. Their professionalism went above and beyond all expectations. I am very much looking forward to working with Peter Scott and the entire Bluetent crew now.
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Their reputation is very strong in our industry and I feel certain they will deliver. Congrats to both companies!! Miller, thank you for your kind words of support and let me tell you, the sentiments are mutual. Truly looking forward to working with you all! Amy Helle. I want to say that it has been a pleasure working with VDS over the past 23 years — what a great experience!
And, I believe that we are moving into the hands of a great company as well with Blue Tent. Looking forward to the joining of talent, innovation and fun while they help us grow our business.
Before long, it had its own store, dance hall, blacksmith shop, boarding house and other buildings. Blue Tent also served as a supply base for the more remote mines in that part of Nevada County. No accurate population figures are readily available.
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Douglas and 33 for John C. A school was established in Bloomfield Road. In , it was moved to its present location on what is now Blue Tent School Road. Blue Tent had its own "Chinatown", located near the lime kiln about two miles south of the Yuba River.
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Over Chinese workers, most of them miner, inhabited the community. In , Blue Tent was connected to the world's first long distance telephone line, established in to link the mining communities around the San Juan Ridge.
The post office closed in For recreation, residents of Blue Tent participated in ice skating when the reservoir above the town froze,  horse racing,  and balls at the St. Louis House. Stone, described as "a lady of rare capability… thoroughly versed" in the art of hydropathy. Though known as a center for hydraulic mining, there was also drift mining around Blue Tent.
Hydraulic mining required large amounts of water. A ditch bringing water from Rock Creek was built by the South Yuba Canal Company in and significantly enlarged in to accommodate the growing mines. Mining also required lumber. Turner erected a sawmill in The ditch, and the reservoir it created, gave rise to another local industry, Ice cutting.
In , the Nevada Ice Co. Hydraulic mining reached its heyday in the s. Like the other communities in the region that depended on hydraulic mining, Blue Tent began to decline following the Sawyer decision. A farmer near Sacramento had sued the major mining company in state court to stop it from discharging mining debris into the Yuba River.
This debris was destroying farmland downstream. Subsequently, the mine was operated until as a drift mine. There were other efforts to resume mining. To help, in , the road between Nevada City and Blue Tent was improved, cutting the distance by a mile. Campbell,  and in by Eleanor Hoeft, who sought a permit to contain the debris so it would not enter the Yuba River,  but these do not appear to have succeeded.
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As mining declined in Blue Tent, agriculture started taking over. Two prominent families in the Blue Tent area were the Arbogasts and the Brindejohns.