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Travel Blogs from Auburn
... a film explaining the discovery of gold the formation of
the town. We wandered around the town which had several period buildings, a functioning blacksmith shop and a recreation of the saw mill near which gold was discovered. After a picnic lunch we headed north on CA Rt. 49 to “Nevada City” an old gold mining town where we strolled Main Street of the historic district and did a little shopping.
... the wooden sidewalks past the
beautifully restored store fronts containing restaurants, bars, ice cream parlors’, candy stores clothing stores and souvenir shops. We also walked down to the river where there is a paddle wheel boat that is now a combination restaurant, bar and hotel. It was an enjoyable afternoon.
... is being grown so us non-farmers know what it is. Until we got close to Sacramento the trees looked droopy and dried up with no greenery. The stream where we were last was suppose to be the head waters for the Fresno River but when we crossed over the Fresno River on Route 99 it was dry. The big campaigning issue is water, how to conserve, more dams, no more dams and reclamation.
Oleanders must be hearty plants as they are all over the place, in between the north ...
Well its not that far any more and it's really starting to excite me.
I will miss my sports and my school friends.
It's 7:05 A.M. and I'm ready for my last day of school for a month.
... the best we could do. Auburn was definitely a lot more developed than many of the other towns along the 49.
Old town Auburn was really quite a nice place, with the old firehouse building situated next to a number of operating eating establishments and the huge Ken Fox Miner statue at the end of the street. We found a public parking lot and mounted up the troops in search for somewhere to enjoy a good dinner. We descended upon the ...