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... and not just on Mardi Gras. No surprise there. There is a walkway that connects old town to new town and New Town is a bit more modern. It has a lot of outdoor shopping centers. We didn't always feel safe once we left the shopping centers. It was a bit dodgy. The capital of California is Sacramento, so they have a mini white house looking building here and a park surrounding it. The park was not the best, but it had a lot of rose bush and orange trees. ...
... and dam near Folsom. I believe it was called Folsom Lake State Park. We really wanted to go for a walk around the lake, but since it was a state park, it cost $20 to enter the park and we couldn't afford $20 if we were only going to stay there for more than an hour. From there, we headed towards Sutter Creek. The scenery was great along the way. We passed through El Dorado Hills. There have always been ...
... we found. The town was like a old western movie with Salons, Blacksmiths and old railways. It really a really nice town and really interesting. Tonight's show was at Folsom Lake College was a bit of a older venue than we have been in. The show went fine this evening but I did put my foot in it tonight with a audience member. While give out wristbands I spoke to a teenage boy, well what I thought was a boy and then found out from his mum that he was a she! ...
Traveling to Sacramento
Caracas (CCS) to Miami (MIA)
Depart 3:45 pm - Arrive 7:45 pm
1,360 mi (2,189 km)
Duration: 3hr 30mn AA Flight: 936
Miami (MIA) to Dallas (DFW)
Depart 6:50 am - Arrive 8:50 am
1,121 mi (1,804 km)
Duration: 3hr 0mn AA Flight: 495
Dallas (DFW) to Sacramento (SMF)
Depart 12:00 pm - Arrive 1:35 pm
1,431 mi (2,303 km)
Duration: 3hr 35mn AA ...
... them out, the deer had moved down the creek. We walked over the bridge for a better look and realized that there were no less than 15-20 deer out there running along the creek...that was a very cool site. So...Fiddletown was more Deertown to us than anything else. :)
Even though we didn't see the Giant Fiddle, we still enjoyed the little adventure in eastern Amador County.