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... THE WORLD. California is the fifth-largest supplier of food in the world. We spotted many a sign supporting farmers and bemoaning water rations in the sunshine state. Also cows. Lots and lots of dairy cows. Don't get me wrong, I wasn't disappointed, it's just that...I thought California would be, oh I don't know, a bit more...California-ier? You know, like everyone would be dressed like this.
To be completely honest, ...
After getting in a few hours of shopping, we had an uneventful travel day to Boston. Which in itself was fun because I have never been to Boston. Wait, let me have a full disclosure here. My mom loves to tell me about a trip that took place when I was 5 years old where we travelled all across the country apparently. So whenever, I say I have not beens somewhere, although I have no memory of that trip, my Mom loves ...
... there for ulterior reasons. Columbus is widely seen as the 'discoverer' of America and his voyage is celebrated as a national holiday in the States. Ignoring the fact that natives had lived in North America for thousands of years, Leif Eriksson was in fact the first European to discover North America, and he established a Norse settlement on the continent around 1000AD. Furthermore Columbus never actually set foot in what is now the USA: all his four voyages ...
... of items carried; she couldn’t bear to let it go; hid it in her skirt. The doll is in Restoration today, but will be back.)
Sutter’s life of trading, farming and providing refuge and safety to many was soon to end. In 1847 Sutter hired James Marshall to build a sawmill on the American River, 50 miles away, and on January 24, Marshall discovered a shiny nugget in the tailrace of the mill.
... who conducts bi-annual wagon train treks across historical routes in California.
As we circled the city we saw some pioneer bands playing their tunes as well as a demonstration of the Pony Express horse riders making their quick mail bag swaps while a narrator described their actions over a load speaker. We passed by a tent city that housed some parlor tricks, saloons, crafts, games, and other activities. This tented area was supposed ...