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Whoooeeeeee! It's been a long time. 30+ years in Fair Oaks, and I've loved it... I've been able to drive every street - every nook and cranny of Fair Oaks and her surrounding communities, and I've found all the best places. Take a look at photos of my favorite homes and tucked away places. They're mostly of: *Fair Oaks, (on the bluffs of the American River, upstream of Sacramento, with the cutest old town known for its wandering chickens) *Orangevale (an eclectic mix of horse property dotted with infill tuscan-style estates) *Citrus Heights (good values and lots of trees) *Carmichael (along the river with Ancil Hoffman park) *Gold River (beautiful planned development on the banks of the river with miles of bike trails) *Folsom (there's more than the prison where Johnny Cash sang - a quaint old town with Victorian homes and access to sublime boating, biking, bar-b-ques, beaching, and... bookreading? ... at Folsom Lake) *El Dorado Hills (gorgeous, views, with beautiful homes) *Granite Bay ( famous for its schools, rural properties and estate developments, like Los Lagos) *Roseville (has everything, plus a super business center) *Rocklin (rural bucolic life plus gazillions of newer lovely subdivisions) *Sacramento (a gold Rush town on the confluence of the American and Sacramento Rivers) Hope you enjoy...

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Thanks - The height of the river changes constantly, changing the reflections of the bridge on the water.

Thank you, Andrew. I like the flow of the river here, punctuated by the fishermen.

Sally regret late response but thanks for visit and kind comments. Yes we have elephants but you have much else I am sure!!

Draken, this is a really beautiful composition. Nicely done.

I've never been there, but it looks pretty wild!

What is this? Is it simply a viewing platform?

Great lines... Interesting shot.

Wow... this could be anything! Very cool.

A beautiful shot. It is very inviting for a stroll.



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