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Dunsmuir is steeped in railroad history but also a place to fish and enjoy the Sacramento River.
Talk about your ash heap of history: A late Oroville man’s ashtray collection charts the erstwhile popularity of smoking in the U.S.
The Fish Camp-based rail excursion might even persuade you to let down your guard and have some fun.
Visting the south end of Yosemite provides two vastly different lodging options. Either way, you can’t go wrong.
All right, Mr. DeMille, the Sphinx is ready for her close-up.
Today’s cost-cutting air travel experience sends many yearning for the “Golden Age” of service with a smile and nice meals. But was that age really so golden?
No need to rush through Muir Woods and Mount Tamalpais. Take time to appreciate the green world.
We engage in a “scientific” experiment: Which has the most magnetic appeal: Santa Cruz’s Mystery House or the Oregon Vortex?
Get a glimpse into how the turn-of-the-century swells lived in a swanky “cottage” at Empire Mine State Park’s living history days.