Have you ever heard of Cima, CA? In the 2000 census, this small town in San Bernardino County recorded a total population of 21 people. For hundreds of years, travelers crossed the vast Mojave desert from watering hole to watering hole. In the 1800’s, many of these watering holes eventually became stopping points for the newly constructed railroad, eventually turning into small towns. One such town is Cima, CA, a small unincorporated community in the Mojave Desert of San Bernardino County.

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