“The shining” is still relevent!   1 comment

The next weekend we are out and about for another trip. This time we decide….or at least I decided, to go to Columbia State Park. This is one of the best preserved wild west towns in California. This is a California Gold Rush town that burned down in 1854 and was rebuilt of brick and iron allowing for its preservation to this day.

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Just to keep it bonsai related, I felt these branches on this tree were unusual.

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Posted June 8, 2014 by California Bonsai Art in Uncategorized

One response to ““The shining” is still relevent!

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  1. Now I want to know how much Al Keppler’s signature weighs in graphite…..

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