Extended Stay America - Fresno - North
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... years with Chinese railroad workers and Scandinavian farmers joined by Germans from Russia, Japanese and Armenians and by the early 20th century a large Hispanic population. There are now more than 70 ethnic groups in the metropolitan area.
Fresno County is ranked first in the nation for agricultural production with annual sales in excess of $3 billion. Major crops include grapes, almonds, cotton, peaches and nectarines. It boasts a population of 500,000.
A museum and gift shop were located in the "convento" wing, the only building left of the quadrangle that used to surround the gardens. We saw a display commemorating the Alfred Hitchcock movie "Vertigo" which our guide had already told us was filmed on the Mission grounds in 1957. Of course ...
... was pretty much what we have in Nova Scotia in July - it was glorious, but I tend to wilt. At least it was cool in with the sequoias! And my other observation - either rental or owned - I have never seen so many Ford Mustang convertibles! I guess it's a Cali thing - but once we started noticing them, they were EVERYWHERE! Sometimes 3-4 in a row...lots in Yosemite and on the PCH.
Yosemite. Mariposa grove
... continued on to find the first site that looked decent, we were wiped. Ended up finding a great spot well off the trail next to a few big Giants. Set up camp with the last of the light from that 4.5 hour hike. Stayed up for a bit more lookking at the stars straight above listening to N.Carlos Nakai native amerian flute in the background. Before we wrapped it up we did a little wolf spinder ...
... thankful for it. There was a box and a towel in the trash. The baby was wrapped in the towel and placed in the box. We thought it was best to find a home with a REALLY nice car and we found a home with a Previa and a Tacoma. We left the baby, with a note with his name, at the doorstep, rang the bell, and took off immediately. Relieved of the baby, we made one last stop to Mitsui, and finished the vacation with plenty of food and a bike ride back to Tou's home, then to my home. ...