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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

A Cold Day in Julian, California

Julian is thataway...

There is no formal
town sign.

Eric and I stroll along Main Street....  This 1870s mining town retains its historic roots as it hosts tourists.  Throughout the year bakeries, cafes and restaurants serve Apple Pie, Apple Cider, Apple Muffins.....

Julian's Apple Days Festival, held each autumn, celebrates the region's Apple Orchards, and all things Apple. 

Our Jeep is parked next to

A man is reading the 
bumper stickers on 
the back of our car.

Julian's Country Christmas and Holiday Events usher in everyone's favorite time of year.

Miner's Diner 
Soda Fountain
Candy Mine

In March The Daffodil Show draws visitors from near and far.

Corner sigs help guide
visitors around town.

Julian Collectibles & Gifts

Thomas Daley Building
constructed in 1872

The region's colorful blooms take center stage at the annual Wildfloer Show in May.

Eric & I stop at Julian Pie
Company for slices
of Apple Pie.

The Wilcox Building houses

Store signs hang from the porch 
rafters in front of businesses....

Julian Town Hall

Kat's Yarns
Electric Ape

I get a shot of Eric walking toward Soups & Such Cafe.  We're in the mood for hot soup on a cold day.  Sadly, the Cafe is closed.  

Jeez.... Gas prices are high
at Ramco Petroleum.

Julian is not near any major highways.  I suspect the cost of sending a fuel delivery truck here is reflected in the cost of gas and diesel prices.

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