Old Sacramento

I tagged along with my brother and his daughter on a day trip to Old Sacramento.

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17 Mile Drive

The Seventeen Mile Drive on the Monterey Peninsula is a famous and scenic tourist attraction.

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Point Lobos

Point Lobos is a state park located on the Pacific Ocean coastline several miles south of Monterey.

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Drive to Monterey

I took a long route via San Francisco, Pacifica, Half Moon Bay, Santa Cruz, and Watsonville to reach Monterey.

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Yosemite

I woke early this morning and began my drive from Angels Camp to Yosemite National Park.

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Angels Camp

Angels Camp in Calaveras County is famous for its annual Jumping Frog Jubilee.

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Murphys

Murphys is located 9 miles northeast of Angels Camp on California state route 4.

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Sonora

Gold mining was the driving force behind early development of Sonora as a community.

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Gold Country

I hopped in my car and drove east to visit California's "Gold Country" in Tuolomne and Calaveras Counties.

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Return to California

Today was the final day of my 2015 vacation. There was no sightseeing on our agenda. The goal was to drive home quickly.

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Fort Ross

Fort Ross was a Russian outpost on the California coast, north of San Francisco.

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To Guerneville

Today we drove from the East Bay to the Pacific Ocean coastline in Mendocino County.

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Golden Gate Bridge

I've lived in the Bay Area my entire life but I'd never walked on the Golden Gate Bridge - until today.

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San Gregorio

Arriving in San Mateo County, I drove through several small towns that I’d never seen before.

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