Monday, July 7, 2008

The Victorian Village Of Ferndale......

In the late 1800s, during the Victorian architectural period, Ferndale blossomed as the agricultural center of Northern California. During this period Humbolt County was sparsely populated, allowing abundant opportunities for hard-working immigrants. Ferndale became a melting-pot of Scandinavian, Swiss-Italian and Portuguese cultures.

Such a quaint little town full of so much history and beautiful homes and buildings!
Having ice cream in the old ice cream parlor!
The Victorian Inn...amazing inside and out!
Ferndale's Gingerbread Mansion is well known as one of northern California's most photographed inns.
Beautiful Church we saw walking through town.

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I have never been one to keep a journal. I have never been able to write in a diary for more than a week! I have countless scrapbooks that still need to be journaled. I do this in hopes of becoming a better journalist. I do this to document everyday life. I do this so I don't have to scrapbook EVERY picture! I do this for me, our friends and family, & mostly the kids. One day they will have it all - because I took the time to document all the little things that REALLY do matter. Everyday life....all the little moments you & I can't remember because the memories are long gone.......