Roaring Camp Railroads

Every adult has a child inside. Christmas time is that period when inner kids freely win serious and practical grown-up.
We started our active celebrations with a ride on the steam train at Roaring Camp Railroads. 12.05. Roaring Camp Railroad and train ride
We rode on The Dixiana, “living” historical landmark. The Dixie was built in 1912; she is a big girl! She served on six short locations. In 1963 Roaring Camp Founder F. Norman Clark bought The Dixiana.12.05. Roaring Camp Railroad and train ride
12.05. Roaring Camp Railroad and train ride
12.05. Roaring Camp Railroad and train ride
Train route goes up to the very summit of Bear Mountains.
Historic bridges, ancient redwood groves, and deer will stop the breath when steam engine travel you up a winding trail.
12.05. Roaring Camp Railroad and train ride12.05. Roaring Camp Railroad and train ride12.05. Roaring Camp Railroad and train ride12.05. Roaring Camp Railroad and train ride12.05. Roaring Camp Railroad and train ride12.05. Roaring Camp Railroad and train ride12.05. Roaring Camp Railroad and train ride
This route was once a path used by steam locomotives hauling redwoods logs from the top of mountains.
12.05. Roaring Camp Railroad and train ride12.05. Roaring Camp Railroad and train ride12.05. Roaring Camp Railroad and train ride12.05. Roaring Camp Railroad and train ride12.05. Roaring Camp Railroad and train ride12.05. Roaring Camp Railroad and train ride
On the summit with stopped for 15 minutes . Santa Claus met us and entertained kids. We walked along Christmas trees over the short trail and drank hot cider.12.05. Roaring Camp Railroad and train ride12.05. Roaring Camp Railroad and train ride
Then we rode down back to the Camp.
12.05. Roaring Camp Railroad and train ride12.05. Roaring Camp Railroad and train ride12.05. Roaring Camp Railroad and train ride
Camp has a lot of places and fun activities. We stopped at the blacksmith demonstration.12.05. Roaring Camp Railroad and train ride12.05. Roaring Camp Railroad and train ride
And my favorite place in the camp is a short white covered bridge.
12.05. Roaring Camp Railroad and train ride

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