The state of California certainly has an odd shape, especially when compared with a lot of other states which look like squares or elongated squares.
If you attend the upcoming Rim of the World Historical Society meeting on Thursday, August 20 at the San Moritz Lodge in Crestline you’ll find out how “we” Californians’ got to be in the shape we’re in (geographically speaking.) This event promises to be completely enthralling so plan to attend.
Plan to attend and find out more about this state we call “home.” The speaker, Richard McInnis, has had a fascinating life including being a grave-digger, a radio producer, a film and video writer and a teacher so this event is bound to be like “gold” to history buffs.
Don’t miss this fascinating opportunity to learn a lot of trivia about the Golden State called California.