We were a little early so we stopped in Angel's Camp which is home to the Frog Jumping Contest each year. This is the one and the same place made famous by Mark Twain in "The Jumping Frog of Calaveras County". The town is a tourist destination with lots of shops and history from the Gold Rush days. I didn't take any pictures thinking we'd be back during the long weekend.
Next, we made it up to the cabin and it was sporting a new roof and a half-way repaired deck. The cabin has always been a novelty of sorts.
And it has a great big deck that is currently under repair/reconstruction. At 1400' sq ft it is quite a project.
Labor Day weekend was a busy time in the mountain resort community of Arnold and the Lion's Club had their annual pancake breakfast.
The fall Craft Fair was underway nearby so we had to check that out.
(Pictures taken by permission)
Sculptures by Mark Ross (775) 815-1845
Sun Lover's Place
Carllynn by Design
Later Saturday evening, the Home Owners Association had a pot-luck down near the basketball courts and picnic area.
Hope you are having a good week.
Thanks for joining us on this edition of the Roadrunner Chronicles! Until next time...