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... for some really great photo ops - now, if only we had a camera! Naw, we have one -- but it's just the little point & shoot version, not Jim's nice one. Darn it! There appears to be a lot to do in the state park (kayaking, canoeing, paddle boats, walking, hiking, beach walking, historical places & lighthouses to tour. Should be fun. We also hope to make an overnight trip north to ...
... most of old town was made around the time of the gold rush. The building I liked the most was the original Wells Fargo Bank. I have used Wells Fargo since 2002 and my family all prefers to use them as a bank. They still haven't upgraded or renovated the bank, which I thought was a good thing and inside still has the original machines from the 1850s although they may not be used. The river walk and sidewalks by the shops in old town are planked ...
... to the joining of the Central Pacific Railroad, which ran from Sacramento to this point in Northern Utah, and the Union Pacific which covered the area from the headwaters of the Missouri to Northern Utah. The railroad was sanctioned and funded in 1863, but due to the war, money was not readily available until after the war was over. On May 10, 1869 at the Promontory Summit two locomotives, the Central Pacific’s Jupiter and the Union ...
Got to Sacramento Airport at 6:00 am, the wife dropped me off. Thank you honey! :-)
At about 6:40am I was waiting at the gate to board my American Airlines flight to LAX at 7am. Found out the flight had been cancelled. No reason was offered. SO, myself and 50 other passengers had to schlep our way down to the baggage terminal, get our luggage and then go back up to the ticketing agents.
The ticketing agent ...
... fled Europe, leaving behind his wife, his children, and a lot of debt. He traded and swindled his way across North America, landing on the American River in 1839. He had big dreams in this wild, wide-open land; he’d build an empire, become a wealthy man.
He built a fort; for his labor force using local Indians and Hawaiians he’d brought with him from a visit there. Inside the fort were carpenter and ...
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