Wednesday, April 3, 2013

C is for Clock Tower


The clock tower is on top of the Eastern Star Masonic Temple Building. Both the tower and the building are 104 years old. If you'd like to know more about them, check out this link.

I'm going through the alphabet this month as part of the A to Z Blogging Challenge. That means I'll be posting every day in April but Sunday.  Click here to check out some other A to Z Challenge participants.

21 comments:

  1. Interesting! Somehow didn't realize a building with that much history could be found in your neck of the woods. Now I'll have to Google Hollister's history on Wikipedia...

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    1. It has a pretty interesting history, Hollister has. :-)

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  3. Hi! I'm part of A-Z challenge too! Seems like A-Z-ing goes smoothly for you :) Great post by the way. Looking forward to read more of your posts. Good luck!


    Sincerely,Miss Uncertain---sidetracked

    PS: I have to repost my comment because I typed the wrong url. Sorry about that.

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    1. No problem, Miss Uncertain. I do that myself. I appreciate the visit. See you around the A-Z challenge.

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  4. Clock towers are very popular, it seems! This one is pretty.

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    1. Most definitely is. Thanks for dropping by Dee.

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  5. Beautiful Photo. Thanks for links to give me even more opportunity to learn - to feel at home . . 104 years - and people are taking good care of it - That's nice.
    Thank You!
    -g-

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    1. I appreciate the compliment, Maggid. Glad you stopped by.

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  6. Oh I love this clock tower... so pretty. The photo itself is pretty stunning. I love the where the light is from the sun and the clouds.
    Dani @ Entertaining Interests
    #warriorminion

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    1. Thank you. That was a magical afternoon for taking photos downtown.

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  7. Thanks for commenting on my blog today. My daughter recently asked me about Hollister because of the clothing store and I was like, I really don't know anything about it. Well, now I know where to point her to.
    Good luck with the challenge!

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    1. I hope she doesn't get too disappointed. Maybe she'll find the Pacific Coast posts that show off the kinda nearby ocean. :-)

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  8. Beautiful photo! I don't know why, but I always think clock towers are so cool. Love old buildings like this.

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    1. Thanks, Julie. I know what you mean. Clock towers always make me stop and slow down.

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  9. It's great learning about the totally opposite side of the USA. It looks like a very nice place to live!

    AtoZ
    www.mainelywrite.blogspot.com

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    1. I appreciate the visit, Donna. Will head over to your side of the continent soon.

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    1. Cropping photos help find a pleasanter mood. ;-)

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  11. I'm impressed with your Clock Tower. ;-)

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  12. Love the clock tower! And the mountains really set a tone on the other.

    Hope you have a chance to come by my A to Z too! Its on agriculture at http://janiceperson.com

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