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San Andreas Ain't No Fault of Mine Paperback – June 6, 2008
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(Antelope Valley native)
Do you know where the world's largest energy producer is located and what the energy source consists of?
Would you like to know where you could drive through an earthquake fault or see the world's rarest cats?
Are you interested in visiting the largest concentration of petroglyphs in the Western Hemisphere, or seeing the world's largest open-pit mine? How about seeing miles and acres of hillsides covered with gold - golden poppies that is?
If you visit the Antelope Valley area this book is a gold mine of information and history. If you don't visit this area (and I've bought and sent books to relatives who don't live in southern California just because the book is so fascinating), you'll learn all kinds of fun and interesting facts about the California desert and more.
The author, Bonnie D. Stone is an award-winning journalist and the writing in this book is evidence of that. You can't miss with this book; it is well worth the cover price.
The other day I looked for interesting places to take my 8 year old grandson and settled on The "Milestones of Flight Air Museum" listed in the book. It was a great trip. I am looking forward to visiting many other interesting places mentioned in her book. It would make a very nice gift for anyone living in southern California.
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I give the book to each incoming member to the military base located there (not mentioning base as not to show gov't endorsement). Read morePublished 15 months ago by James Moore
You can never find anything to to out here in this god forsaken desert or so you think until you read this book.Published on June 27, 2014 by Terri L. Pittman
This is a wonderful and unique look into the Antelope Valley and surrounding areas. You'll discover all kinds of historical information and also suggestions for exploration. Read morePublished on June 1, 2013 by Lynn
After having lived in the Antelope Valley (Southern California) for many years, I was quite surprised by how much I DON'T know about the area. Read morePublished on January 15, 2010 by Edward Mooney, Jr.
As a mom of five children, I'm always on the lookout for things to do in our area. I came across this book and feel that I found a treasure trove of information. Read morePublished on February 13, 2006 by E. Kay