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... we were thankful and incredibly relieved to have gotten it taken care of.
Next on our agenda was touring a couple of different farms. The area has a lot of farms that focus on sustainable farming methods and invite people out to see what it is they do so we chose two to check out. Our first stop was Pasture 42. They offer pasture raised meat, dairy and eggs and also offer a good variety of olive oils too. The owners showed us an ...
Tonight Susan told us about some of the wildlife around this area, they have gophers, deer, hawks and apparently possums. Oh and they even have coyotes! scary but I hope I see one.
It is a early night for us as we are going to ring people inquiring about cars tommorow (hopefully we find one) and I need to apply for my social security number as I have been in the country for 10 days.
Wish us luck x
... t receive its official and final designation as Lake Tahoe until 1945.
California and Nevada reached the compromise to partition Tahoe between the two when Nevada became a state in 1864.
Upon discovery of gold in the South Fork of the American River in 1848, thousands of gold seekers going west passed near the basin on their way to the gold fields. European civilization first made its mark in the Lake Tahoe basin with the 1858 discovery of the ...
... headed on toward Half Moon Bay. It was very foggy as we left the city and we had rain off and on as we traveled down the road. Stopped at Mr. M for lunch in Half Moon Bay and spent a little time there blogging. We had passed the turnoff to Point Montara Lighthouse so we had a good idea where to turn. There is a new protected left turn lane coming up from Half Moon Bay so we did not have a problem.
... 25 years by the family to whom the O'Neills sold it; they used the property as a cattle ranch, and so put up a barn and another house for their ranch manager. When they were ready to sell it, the 158-acre parcel was set to go to a developer for townhouses, but, as those of you who have seen Ken Burns' series on the National Parks will be aware, as so often is the case with national park sites, a few local residents decided that it was ...