California's Central Valley is a large, flat valley that dominates the central portion of California. It is 40 to 60 miles (60 to 100 km) wide and stretches approximately 450 miles (720 km) from northwest to southeast, inland from and parallel to the Pacific Ocean coast. It covers approximately 22,500 square miles (58,000 km2), about 13.7% of California's total land area (slightly smaller than the state of West Virginia), and is home to some of California's most productive agricultural…

California's Central Valley is a large, flat valley that dominates the central portion of California. It is 40 to 60 miles (60 to 100 km) wide and stretches approximately 450 miles (720 km) from northwest to southeast, inland from and parallel to the Pacific Ocean coast. It covers approximately 22,500 square miles (58,000 km2), about 13.7% of California's total land area (slightly smaller than the state of West Virginia), and is home to some of California's most productive agricultural…

A New Snowfall - An imminent approach of a snow fall. Yes, in about an hour or so it was snowing in that area of the mountains. It looked awesome! This is a 5 images stitched pano taken in Eastern Sierras Nevada mountains range, central valley of California.

A New Snowfall - An imminent approach of a snow fall. Yes, in about an hour or so it was snowing in that area of the mountains. It looked awesome! This is a 5 images stitched pano taken in Eastern Sierras Nevada mountains range, central valley of California.

Say “down under” and you might think you’re bound for Australia, but not so fast—or far. California has a wacky-cool mix of ways to get down—way down. At Shasta Lake in the state’s northeast corner, step into stalagmite-filled grottoes you can only reach by boat. In the Central Valley, descend into a mind-blowing, 10-acre compound, all of it below the surface and all of it dug by hand. Or shrug into your leather jacket and join the hipster crowd in a subterranean speakeasy that’s being…

Say “down under” and you might think you’re bound for Australia, but not so fast—or far. California has a wacky-cool mix of ways to get down—way down. At Shasta Lake in the state’s northeast corner, step into stalagmite-filled grottoes you can only reach by boat. In the Central Valley, descend into a mind-blowing, 10-acre compound, all of it below the surface and all of it dug by hand. Or shrug into your leather jacket and join the hipster crowd in a subterranean speakeasy that’s being…

Spring wildflowers central valley California, our golden California

Spring wildflowers central valley California, our golden California

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