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Southern Cafe

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Santa Cruz Mission

Santa Cruz Mission

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Two long, steep concrete slides are the main attraction at this hidden gem. They’re not for tiny tots, nor for the faint of heart! If you decide to slide, please remember that the park closes at sunset and adults must be accompanied by children. Bring a piece of cardboard and wear sturdy pants!

Two long, steep concrete slides are the main attraction at this hidden gem. They’re not for tiny tots, nor for the faint of heart! If you decide to slide, please remember that the park closes at sunset and adults must be accompanied by children. Bring a piece of cardboard and wear sturdy pants!

We had a great turnout for the 2013 Mole & Mariachi Festival. This year's event is Sept. 20 at the Santa Cruz Mission Adobe State Historic Park.

We had a great turnout for the 2013 Mole & Mariachi Festival. This year's event is Sept. 20 at the Santa Cruz Mission Adobe State Historic Park.

Popular 14 day trip visiting Monument Valley, Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Yellowstone, Grand Teton and more....Scenic Parks Explorer.

Popular 14 day trip visiting Monument Valley, Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Yellowstone, Grand Teton and more....Scenic Parks Explorer.

Sacramento River on the CA Delta is boaters paradise, but the car bound can get in on action too. A favorite route is I-80 E, head out Hwy 12 E. to Rio Vista. Hit Route 160 left and meander along the  banks of the Sacramento River. Explore the towns of Isleton, Rio Vista, Walnut Grove. Don't miss the old Chinese town of Locke and burgers at Al's Place (completely non P.C. 'Al the Wop's' to the rest of us), Est.1915. You'll wind up in Sac eventually, but you'll sure have a fun time getting…

Sacramento River on the CA Delta is boaters paradise, but the car bound can get in on action too. A favorite route is I-80 E, head out Hwy 12 E. to Rio Vista. Hit Route 160 left and meander along the banks of the Sacramento River. Explore the towns of Isleton, Rio Vista, Walnut Grove. Don't miss the old Chinese town of Locke and burgers at Al's Place (completely non P.C. 'Al the Wop's' to the rest of us), Est.1915. You'll wind up in Sac eventually, but you'll sure have a fun time getting…

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