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... opium dens – something for everyone.
On a daily basis miners would emerge from the mills and head for the bars and the red light district to spend their earnings. The mixture of money, gold and alcohol would often prove fatal. Newspapers report that towns people would ask in the mornings “Have a man for breakfast?” Meaning ‘Did anyone get killed last night?’
There’s a story about a little girl whose family ...
... in the trail recently. However, all we saw were some birds, locals taking a hike and young deer who were incredibly athletic. The only snake was a dead one - looked like a bird kill. We had lunch in Sonora which is another historic gold mining town which is marred by a major road going down the main street. The ranch was only 10 mins drive away. The owner/instructor Marilyn was delightful and explained everything really well to ...
... of the US Federal Reserve) and made haste to the local pizzeria.
The conversation was suddenly more interesting and convivial. We ate some of the fire fighters' pizza and accepted an offer of an overnight stay at the fire station. After lunch we explored the village and worked out where we would need to stay on our return visit to get the best out of the rally. Before we made our way to the station, we also made our own judgements about the ...
... tackling it. Of course I would have to guess this was the busiest week of the summer for them. At the top, Nevada Falls, we enjoyed putting our feet in the water for a therapeutic soak. Alara's sock enjoyed the soak also.
On the way home we stopped at Preist station and ate outside. We had to fight the yellow jackets for our food but we were victorious. We took our shakes to go which were delicious.
... the valley there were hiking trails of varying difficulties, and I can see why so many people are drawn to the park. After leaving the valley we headed to “Glacier Point” that was billed by the ranger at the Visitor Center as the second most important point to visit. Glacier Point was about an hour drive from the valley, through the mountains to an elevation of 7,214 feet. The drive took us through 4 tunnels cut through the granite mountain side, 2 ...
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