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Marianne Snygg, GRI, ABR, ASPBroker AssociateERA Herman Group Real Estate
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Those modern automobiles look sooo out of place in that scene. Nice photo, it makes me long for the days of yesteryear.
What a sweet little town! I lived in Georgetown (back in the 70's), and remember going through here...It looks beautiful!
I love that shot. Truly a piece of history.
What a cute little town there! I love it!
What a quaint street. I'll bet all the shops are great too.
Reminds me of my little town of Lewisburg...a quaint historical town,
This is such a pretty streetscape, Love the architectural styles - each store is different. :)
This look so perfect it could be a movie set.
Thank you everyone for stopping in and leaving a comment. Old Town Eureka is in northern California. We used to live there, and I miss it. It's a very moist climate because it's right by the ocean. And the downtown area projects a real old time era.
I really like the variety and detail of the older architectural styles. Nice pic, Marianne!
Thank you, John!
Marianne That could be thousands of hometown USA's acroos the country. Is it Main St? :)
Hi Karen, thanks for stopping by! You know I don't think so. I know that the nearby community of Fernadale is, but I don't know about Eureka.
Hi Marianne: Thanks for sharing the photo - looks like a nice place to live.
Hi Matt: I love your kitty-cat photo! Just watched a show last night about cats, called Cats 101. Very interesting! They talked about having to shave the furry Persian's into a Lion cut. I had a cat, when I lived in CA, that had fleas, and this was before that wonderful stuff you put on their necks, I had to shave the poor thing to help get rid of the fleas. But, I only shaved her in the summer. She was just a regular domestic long hair. (I still miss her.)
Hi Mariann, I love the different architetural syles, what a neat photo. I'm glad I read this was in California, because I didn't remember anything like this here:-)
Yes, northern California, Mary. We used to have a cabin up there when we lived in the Bay Area.
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