Tag Archives: Highway 49

Ease of travel with a teardrop trailer; it’s David vs. Goliath!

Our Scotty at home in the Pinnacles National Park campground, amidst the behemeth trailers and fifth-wheels. All those owners want a tour of our little trailer! Rear galley with plenty of storage room; some teardrops have built-in gas stove or sink, this one does not. The back interior cabinets of our 58 Scotty offer lots […]

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California’s Gold Rush…the trail is nearby in Mother Lode (Coloma, Placerville, Plymouth, Fiddletown to Amador City)

  Between 1850 and 1883, Coloma was home to a large Chinese population. Chinese merchants supplied many of the goods and implements used by the miners; after the huge 1883 fire, most of the Chinese moved on to new locations. These two stone buildings are all that remain of the early China camp. A Placerville […]

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Yosemite National Park, crown jewel of the Sierra!

Bicyclists are dwarfed by Yosemite Falls; the Yosemite Valley has miles of cycling and hiking trails! Half Dome and Vernal Falls, viewed from Glacier Point Half Dome viewed from Glacier Point almost makes your heart stop! Bridalveil Falls with Half Dome in the background The mighty Sierra, popularly called the “range of light” for its vast […]

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Coloma; birthplace of the California Gold Rush!

Chinese stores: Between 1850 and 1883, Coloma was home to a large Chinese population. Chinese merchants supplied many of the goods and implements used by the miners; after the huge 1883 fire, most of the Chinese moved on to new locations. These two stone buildings are all that remain of the early China camp. The […]

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