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Our adventure began almost the same way our mornings start when the kids were in school. That confound cicada chirping alarm, ala circa 1980s, bleated at 6 am. I awoke with a start, then fell back asleep eager for the extra 30 minutes. My cute mate got up and went about her business. She later told me, which I related, for a few moments she thought it was a school ...
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The Bakersfield community rallied around, purchasing a top of the line wheelchair for David, outfitting son Zach with a road bike and gear. And the “David and Zach Quest to Sac” arrived at 2 ...
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Here's an except from the California State Park page for Sutter's Fort:
In 1839 a Swiss immigrant named John Sutter received a land grant in the Sacramento Valley from ...