Cell Phone Coverage Maps For Valley Springs – What Cell Service Works In Valley Springs

June 19th, 2011 by Craig Mullins

Moving or coming to visit Valley Springs? I just moved here and I wish I would have researched the cell phone coverage maps for Valley Springs before I bought this house in Burson, CA. Appears almost all cell phone carriers in the area skip over my house. Yeehaw! So at some point it looks as […]

Cell Tower Locations In Valley Springs California

June 18th, 2011 by Craig Mullins

Ever wondered where all the Cell towers are around Valley Springs, CA? Here’s a few I’ve found… AT&T Cell Tower Location In Valley Springs California END OF ROSS DRIVE VALLEY SPRINGS, CA 95252 Latitude: 38° 10′ 39.80″ Longitude: 120° 51′ 31.20″ Structure Height: 101 Elevation (AMSL): 827 Structure Type: Monopole Occupied RAD Heights: 35,70,78 T-Mobile […]

Valley Springs Well Water Testing And Analysis By Aqualab Water Analysis In Twain Harte, CA

June 15th, 2011 by Craig Mullins

Just wanted to do a quick post about Aqualab Water Analysis In Twain Harte, CA. As some of the blog readers know we recently bought a new place in Burson, CA, a quaint little area of Valley Springs, CA. It’s a great piece of property, but unfortunately had some issues with the well; we’ve been […]

Columbia Diggins Tent Town 1852 – Columbia State Historic Park

June 7th, 2011 by Craig Mullins

Once upon a time, when gold in the hills was plentiful, miners and families moved through the undeveloped Mother Lode area. Soon tent and shanty towns began to spring up, with everything from saloons to boarding houses, restaurants to laundries, hardware stores to express offices. It was an exciting time, with a lot of people […]

Mariposa Grove Giant Sequoias – Yosemite National Park

June 7th, 2011 by Craig Mullins

To call them massive and awe-inspiring would be an understatement. The Giant Sequoia, tree like the approximately 500 mature ones found in the Mariposa Grove near the South Entrance of Yosemite National Park, are perhaps the largest living things on Earth. While the sequoias are not the tallest of all trees – that title belongs […]

Calaveras County Fair and Jumping Frog Jubilee

June 6th, 2011 by Craig Mullins

Each year during the third weekend in May, California’s Calaveras County becomes Frog Heaven. Nestled between Yosemite National Park and Lake Tahoe, just south of Historic Angels Camp and north of Sonora on Hwy 49, sits Frogtown; home to the Calaveras County Fair and its world-renowned Jumping Frog Jubilee. In the early Gold Mining Days, […]

Calaveras County Fair Destruction / Demolition Derby

June 6th, 2011 by Craig Mullins

Every year on the closing day of the Calaveras County Fair & Jumping Frog Jubilee, fair-goers are treated to the only event at Frogtown that is perhaps more popular than the jumping frog competitions – the Destruction Derby. Fair officials estimate that a crowd of about 10,000 attend the demolition derby each year. Demolition derbies […]