Free Scenic Wallpaper Featured Fall, 1999,
|Music: California Here I Come|
|Yes, there's more to Southern California than Disneyland. All but one of these photos were taken within 45 minutes of home.
Santa Fe Spring's Heritage Museum has beautiful grounds, some of the oldest structures/ruins in the State, and lots of info on
the area's history.
This church seemed to fit the Thanksgiving mood. It was set in rural Southern California over fifty years ago, by Walter Knott. It's still in the same place -- the middle of our area's first (and many think BEST) theme park, Knott's Berry Farm. Yes, they still perform weddings here.
You can almost see the horse chase here, in the Alabama Hills in Lone Pine, Californa. The area, named for a movie filmed here, has been the setting for hundreds of western films. These are commemorated each October at the Lone Pine Film Festival. This scenic area is still frequently used by the Movie Industry. The rocks are the stars here, but our biggest thrill was being able to say hello to the Queen of the West, Dale Evans Rogers.
The Japanese garden is just one of several international gardens at the near-by Huntington Library. The library's collection includes an original Gutenberg Bible, and famous paintings such as Gainsborough's "The Blue Boy".
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