• Posts Tagged ‘Coarsegold’

    For the love of Iris

    by  • April 2, 2016 • Field Trip, Plant Profiles • 3 Comments

    Historic Iris

    A gardener’s April day trip On a recent visit to Coarsegold, California, I stopped by the Hillside Iris Farm of Bill Tyson, just before the peak bloom.   His farm is open to the public just during the month of April when Iris are in full bloom and ready to order by color and shape.  You choose the...

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    How Peckinpah Mountain got its name

    by  • March 15, 2011 • History, Sierra Foothills • 11 Comments

    After establishing our home on  Malum Ridge, looking out onto Peckinpah Mountain, I heard from neighbors about the  logging history in our town of North Fork, CA.  I became curious about the Peckinpah name and being a bit of a history buff, I decided to dig a bit further. This is what I found. Peckinpah Mountain rises...

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