Even though Frank and his team worked very hard every summer during July and August, visiting prisons, singing in churches, and witnessing to groups of children and adults up and down the length of Mexico, there was always time for a little fun along the way.
I believe cats to be spirits come to earth. A cat, I am sure, could walk on a cloud without coming through — Jules Verne
According to Bridgehunter.com: “One of four bridges built by the County in a three year period between 1915 and 1918. The most famous was Rainbow Bridge built in 1917. The first bridge of the group was the Orangevale Bridge built in 1915. The final of the group was the Powerhouse Canal Bridge built in 1916.” I shot these photos in […]
The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge for the week of February 7, 2018. What do you love about where you live? Show us! I spend a lot of time on this blog sharing images from my local area and writing about how lucky I am to live here. What I love about this area is the sense of history buried just […]
Guiseppe Murer (1885-1972) was a leading citizen in Folsom from the time he first arrived in the early 1900s. He personally constructed or refurbished several of the structures along Folsom’s Sutter Street while still finding time to work in his gardens, regularly harvesting crops like asparagus, cherries, walnuts, and grapes. This historic house and property are being restored and preserved […]
Note: The second half of this post contains a couple of snake images from the Sacramento Zoo’s Reptile House.