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Nature Index
(My hiking and camping adventures in Northern California.)

Culture Index
(NorCal cities, highways, restaurants, museums, architecture, historic attractions, vintage neon signs, roadside attractions, etc.)

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Index: Culture

Roadside

Highway 99: Pollardville & the Chicken Kitchen
Sacramento Googie
U.S. 40: North Sacramento's Del Paso Boulevard
U.S. 40: Sacramento's Auburn Boulevard
U.S. 40: West Sacramento's Motel Row
U.S. 50: Sacramento's Folsom Boulevard
U.S. 99: Oak Park's Broadway
U.S. 395: Road Trip
Vintage Neon Signs: Fresno
Vintage Neon Signs: Marysville & Yuba City
Vintage Neon Signs: Sacramento
Vintage Neon Signs: Stockton
Lost Neon Sign: Martinez's State Theatre
Lost Neon Sign: Sacramento's Philipp's Bakery

Restaurants

East Bay: Classic Restaurants
Sacramento Area Barbecue Joints
Sacramento Area Classic Burger Joints
Sacramento Area Pizzerias
Sacramento's Vintage Diners

Sacramento Tourist

Sacramento: Aerospace Museum of California
Sacramento: Towe Auto Museum

Wine Country Traveler

Historic Pope Valley
Napa's Oxbow Market
 
Fairs and Carnivals

California's Carnival and Fair Foods
California State Fair
Sacramento County Fair

1 comment:

Albert Simon said...

Tom, I appreciate your entries on vintage neon signs in Sacramento and Stockton (Fresno too). We are making a documentary film about the history (and future) of neon and will probably include some of the signs pictured in our blog. Have a look at our trailer at http://neon.thisnthatfilms.net

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I love to learn about, visit, photograph, research, and write about everything that is interesting, unique, and historical about Northern California, and wherever else I should be fortunate enough to find myself.  I've spent many years scouring the roadside in my little car for interesting subjects and walking down hiking trails in the Sierra Nevada and along the coast to get to know the wonder that is Northern California.  I share most of this via photos on Flickr, and as much as time permits me to on my blog, the NorCal Explorer.  Fine art prints of my photos are for sale on Imagekind.