Monday, January 19, 2009

Where has the W+P card been lately?

southeast of Fiddletown

Mary's card on Knights Ferry Plaque

Shenandoah Valley school house

Knights Ferry covered bridge

It’s been to Knights Ferry to see the covered bridge and mill. See link for more info. We went here on Friday with Jeff’s brother.

On Saturday we took a meander around the foothills southeast of Plymouth, through the Shenandoah Valley, up through Fiddletown, Volcano, back to Sutter Creek and home.

The Shenandoah Valley School. This bell called the children of Shenandoah Valley to school since 1852. The school district was first named Williams after the family with the most children, then changed to Shenandoah in 1916. In 1952 with the creation of the Oro Madre School District children attended school in Plymouth. The schoolhouse became home to the community center.

- Mary


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