Harmony Ridge Lodge
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Capital: Carson City
Area: 110,567 square miles
Bird: Mountain bluebird
Motto: All of our Country,
Cities: Grass Valley, Meadow Vista
Parks: Tahoe National forest, Reno Las Vegas, University of Nevada, Toiyabe national Forest, Black Rock Desert.
Gold was discovered at Sutter's Mill in 1848. This find attracted Americans and immigrants alike. American men moved west and immigrants arrived via San Francisco's port. Towns such as Coloma and Virginia City grew steadily, but as soon as the gold was gone, their populations' plummeted. Though the gold was eventually all removed, the immigrant miners stayed in the area. The discovery of gold helped grow the American West into what is ...
... in the shade
Wifi – free – Only on the upper level. Lower level can come up and use it at the picnic tables
Cable – No but I was able to use my DirecTV satellite dish.
Passport America – Yes, for ALL days of your stay
Monthly Rates – $350 and free electric which is rare and good as it gets hot/cold here.
The gas station near the entrance has a ...
... that in 1848 the population in California was still dominated by Native Americans - 300,000 lived in California, and that in the rugged Sierra Nevada foothills where gold was discovered land was still occupied primarily by Native Americans who had lived on the land for thousands of years.
As happened in most places in the United States, the Native population was decimated, but not destroyed by disease, war, and the ...
... the windows of some of these old cabins and to see how people lived during this period of history. I was able to snap some shots of the interior of Marshall's cabin while the kids roamed around outside and laughed while pointing at the outhouse. Seth was adamant that this wasn't the outhouse but, rather, the "odd-house." Gotta love it. :)
From here we headed to the central part of the park which contained the visitors center as well as many of ...