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Newton swept onto the Gulf of California after slamming the resorts of southern Baja as a hurricane before making landfall Mexico's mainland and weakening to a tropical storm. And the storm remained on a path Wednesday morning that was expected to take it to the U.S. border with potentially dangerous rains for Arizona and New Mexico. Comment?
Docent Ken Valenta, right, of Columbia, teaches a family how to pan for gold at Columbia State Historic Park in Columbia. The Gold Rush town was the second biggest city in California at one point in the 19th Century. Comment?
Sonora's Gunn House housed the Sonora Herald newspaper offices in 1854. Today, it s a hotel with antique furniture, floral rugs and chamber pots -- just for looks -- as well as modern amenities. Comment?
Vineyards in the Sierra Foothills date to the Gold Rush era, when grapes were grown both for eating and for wine. The Sierra Foothills American Viticultural Area, which received federal approval in 1987, encompasses land in eight counties, including Tuolumne. Comment?
These five California destinations offer a mesmerizing glimpse into the past, when wild Western towns sprang to life in the most unlikely places, and fortunes were made in an instant. Of course, one of these wasn't a real thing at all, but it's worth the trek for the selfies alone. Comment?
Gianelli estate vineyards in Sonora, in the Tuolumne County American Viticultural Area . Photo credit: Courtesy of Inner Sanctum Cellars The Tuolumne County American Viticultural Area is part of the larger Sierra Foothills AVA , established 1987. Comment?
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