> You'll see maybe 6 houses or so on the drive in. There is a > whole lot of nuthin to see there. sounds like a small town in Texas . . . reminds me of Antelope, a suburb of Sacramento just west of Roseville. Remember the open country between the airport and Roseville? Oh, wait; Sue took you on the tour of Sacramento to the south, so mebbe you didn't see all that. >From here to the airport it's rice fields and horse farms. Two miles south, it's Arco Arena and the Rolling Stones, but right at I-80 it flips like a light switch. Antelope is the closest rural suburb. This whole area used to be the primary train junction yard for NorCal, and a main line went through Antelope. They tell the story how, in the early 70s, a train full of munitions caught fire in the middle of Antelope and burned down half the town. The other two houses only had smoke damage . . .