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Artists add to a utility box in the downtown area of Vallejo.
Faith Food Fridays helps feed the needy in Vallejo.
First Methodist Church in Vallejo turned 150 with a rainbow.
Victorian homes from the late 19th century abound in Vallejo’s historical district.
A replica Batmobile is one of many cars at the USA World Classics Events Center in Vallejo.
A visitor to the Vallejo waterfront awaits the ferry through the fog.
A ‘tree of lights’ sculpture near the Vallejo Public Library.
 
Boats are docked near the Vallejo Yacht Club. 
The Vallejo waterfront is popular for those who jog, even with dogs.
The Vallejo waterfront view to Mare Island, former naval base home.
A Victorian era home in downtown Vallejo.
Apartments with a view of the Vallejo waterfront.
Fairfield contains numerous family parks.
Downtown Fairfield features numerous small shops
A Barnes & Noble bookstore operates in Fairfield close to the mall.
The San Francisco Bay Ferry takes commuters from Vallejo.
The Vallejo Transit Center downtown connects buses and riders.
 
A train from Sacramento stops at north Fairfield. 
A distillery at Mare Island in Vallejo.
One of Vallejo’s oldest restaurants: Napoli’s Pizza.
A SolTrans bus departs from the Vallejo Transit Center.
Murals help add color to some of downtown Vallejo’s streets.
Touro University on Mare Island offers studies in osteopathic medicine, pharmacy, and physician assistant studies.
St. Peter’s, the oldest chapel west of the Mississippi, on Mare Island in Vallejo.
The sail of the USS Vallejo is part of the Historic Core on Mare Island.
The Jelly Belly factory in Fairfield.
The Wardlaw Dog Park is a popular hangout for canine fans in Vallejo.
Marina Towers is the tallest building in Vallejo.
Apartments near Hanns Park in Vallejo.
Eucalyptus-lined Hanns Park in Vallejo.
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo.
Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Vallejo.
Mare Island in Vallejo has become a popular destination for many escaping high rent in the Bay Area.
Solano College in Fairfield boasts around 10,000 students.
The Downtown Theatre in Fairfield offers music, comedy and plays.
The Solano Town Center mall in Fairfield.
The Solano Town Center in Fairfield.
Paradise Valley golf course in Fairfield.
Homes in north Fairfield.
The Cemex cement plant in Fairfield.
New housing being built in north Fairfield.
A single family dwelling in Fairfield.
A Victorian home in Vallejo.
A local takes a stroll in downtown Vallejo.
Customers enjoying the water view at the Mare Island Brewing Co. in Vallejo.
The 450-seat Empress Theatre in Vallejo, built in 1911.
Artists get their shot at exposure on the walls of a downtown Vallejo coffee shop.
Looking to downtown Vallejo from the historic district.
Dog owners exchange greetings near the Vallejo Yacht Club.
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Artists add to a utility box in the downtown area of Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

Faith Food Fridays helps feed the needy in Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

First Methodist Church in Vallejo turned 150 with a rainbow. – Richard Freedman

Victorian homes from the late 19th century abound in Vallejo’s historical district. – Richard Freedman

A replica Batmobile is one of many cars at the USA World Classics Events Center in Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

A visitor to the Vallejo waterfront awaits the ferry through the fog. – Richard Freedman

A ‘tree of lights’ sculpture near the Vallejo Public Library. – Richard Freedman

Boats are docked near the Vallejo Yacht Club.  – Richard Freedman

The Vallejo waterfront is popular for those who jog, even with dogs. – Richard Freedman

The Vallejo waterfront view to Mare Island, former naval base home. – Richard Freedman

A Victorian era home in downtown Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

Apartments with a view of the Vallejo waterfront. – Richard Freedman

Fairfield contains numerous family parks. – Richard Freedman

Downtown Fairfield features numerous small shops – Richard Freedman

A Barnes & Noble bookstore operates in Fairfield close to the mall. – Richard Freedman

The San Francisco Bay Ferry takes commuters from Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

The Vallejo Transit Center downtown connects buses and riders. – Richard Freedman

A train from Sacramento stops at north Fairfield.  – Richard Freedman

A distillery at Mare Island in Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

One of Vallejo’s oldest restaurants: Napoli’s Pizza. – Richard Freedman

A SolTrans bus departs from the Vallejo Transit Center. – Richard Freedman

Murals help add color to some of downtown Vallejo’s streets. – Richard Freedman

Touro University on Mare Island offers studies in osteopathic medicine, pharmacy, and physician assistant studies. – Richard Freedman

St. Peter’s, the oldest chapel west of the Mississippi, on Mare Island in Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

The sail of the USS Vallejo is part of the Historic Core on Mare Island. – Richard Freedman

The Jelly Belly factory in Fairfield. – Richard Freedman

The Wardlaw Dog Park is a popular hangout for canine fans in Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

Marina Towers is the tallest building in Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

Apartments near Hanns Park in Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

Eucalyptus-lined Hanns Park in Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

Mare Island in Vallejo has become a popular destination for many escaping high rent in the Bay Area. – Richard Freedman

Solano College in Fairfield boasts around 10,000 students. – Richard Freedman

The Downtown Theatre in Fairfield offers music, comedy and plays. – Richard Freedman

The Solano Town Center mall in Fairfield. – Richard Freedman

The Solano Town Center in Fairfield. – Richard Freedman

Paradise Valley golf course in Fairfield. – Richard Freedman

Homes in north Fairfield. – Richard Freedman

The Cemex cement plant in Fairfield. – Richard Freedman

New housing being built in north Fairfield. – Richard Freedman

A single family dwelling in Fairfield. – Richard Freedman

A Victorian home in Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

A local takes a stroll in downtown Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

Customers enjoying the water view at the Mare Island Brewing Co. in Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

The 450-seat Empress Theatre in Vallejo, built in 1911. – Richard Freedman

Artists get their shot at exposure on the walls of a downtown Vallejo coffee shop. – Richard Freedman

Looking to downtown Vallejo from the historic district. – Richard Freedman

Dog owners exchange greetings near the Vallejo Yacht Club. – Richard Freedman

Artists add to a utility box in the downtown area of Vallejo.
Faith Food Fridays helps feed the needy in Vallejo.
First Methodist Church in Vallejo turned 150 with a rainbow.
Victorian homes from the late 19th century abound in Vallejo’s historical district.
A replica Batmobile is one of many cars at the USA World Classics Events Center in Vallejo.
A visitor to the Vallejo waterfront awaits the ferry through the fog.
A ‘tree of lights’ sculpture near the Vallejo Public Library.
 
Boats are docked near the Vallejo Yacht Club. 
The Vallejo waterfront is popular for those who jog, even with dogs.
The Vallejo waterfront view to Mare Island, former naval base home.
A Victorian era home in downtown Vallejo.
Apartments with a view of the Vallejo waterfront.
Fairfield contains numerous family parks.
Downtown Fairfield features numerous small shops
A Barnes & Noble bookstore operates in Fairfield close to the mall.
The San Francisco Bay Ferry takes commuters from Vallejo.
The Vallejo Transit Center downtown connects buses and riders.
 
A train from Sacramento stops at north Fairfield. 
A distillery at Mare Island in Vallejo.
One of Vallejo’s oldest restaurants: Napoli’s Pizza.
A SolTrans bus departs from the Vallejo Transit Center.
Murals help add color to some of downtown Vallejo’s streets.
Touro University on Mare Island offers studies in osteopathic medicine, pharmacy, and physician assistant studies.
St. Peter’s, the oldest chapel west of the Mississippi, on Mare Island in Vallejo.
The sail of the USS Vallejo is part of the Historic Core on Mare Island.
The Jelly Belly factory in Fairfield.
The Wardlaw Dog Park is a popular hangout for canine fans in Vallejo.
Marina Towers is the tallest building in Vallejo.
Apartments near Hanns Park in Vallejo.
Eucalyptus-lined Hanns Park in Vallejo.
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo.
Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Vallejo.
Mare Island in Vallejo has become a popular destination for many escaping high rent in the Bay Area.
Solano College in Fairfield boasts around 10,000 students.
The Downtown Theatre in Fairfield offers music, comedy and plays.
The Solano Town Center mall in Fairfield.
The Solano Town Center in Fairfield.
Paradise Valley golf course in Fairfield.
Homes in north Fairfield.
The Cemex cement plant in Fairfield.
New housing being built in north Fairfield.
A single family dwelling in Fairfield.
A Victorian home in Vallejo.
A local takes a stroll in downtown Vallejo.
Customers enjoying the water view at the Mare Island Brewing Co. in Vallejo.
The 450-seat Empress Theatre in Vallejo, built in 1911.
Artists get their shot at exposure on the walls of a downtown Vallejo coffee shop.
Looking to downtown Vallejo from the historic district.
Dog owners exchange greetings near the Vallejo Yacht Club.
Artists add to a utility box in the downtown area of Vallejo.
Faith Food Fridays helps feed the needy in Vallejo.
First Methodist Church in Vallejo turned 150 with a rainbow.
Victorian homes from the late 19th century abound in Vallejo’s historical district.
A replica Batmobile is one of many cars at the USA World Classics Events Center in Vallejo.
A visitor to the Vallejo waterfront awaits the ferry through the fog.
A ‘tree of lights’ sculpture near the Vallejo Public Library.
 
Boats are docked near the Vallejo Yacht Club. 
The Vallejo waterfront is popular for those who jog, even with dogs.
The Vallejo waterfront view to Mare Island, former naval base home.
A Victorian era home in downtown Vallejo.
Apartments with a view of the Vallejo waterfront.
Fairfield contains numerous family parks.
Downtown Fairfield features numerous small shops
A Barnes & Noble bookstore operates in Fairfield close to the mall.
The San Francisco Bay Ferry takes commuters from Vallejo.
The Vallejo Transit Center downtown connects buses and riders.
 
A train from Sacramento stops at north Fairfield. 
A distillery at Mare Island in Vallejo.
One of Vallejo’s oldest restaurants: Napoli’s Pizza.
A SolTrans bus departs from the Vallejo Transit Center.
Murals help add color to some of downtown Vallejo’s streets.
Touro University on Mare Island offers studies in osteopathic medicine, pharmacy, and physician assistant studies.
St. Peter’s, the oldest chapel west of the Mississippi, on Mare Island in Vallejo.
The sail of the USS Vallejo is part of the Historic Core on Mare Island.
The Jelly Belly factory in Fairfield.
The Wardlaw Dog Park is a popular hangout for canine fans in Vallejo.
Marina Towers is the tallest building in Vallejo.
Apartments near Hanns Park in Vallejo.
Eucalyptus-lined Hanns Park in Vallejo.
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo.
Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Vallejo.
Mare Island in Vallejo has become a popular destination for many escaping high rent in the Bay Area.
Solano College in Fairfield boasts around 10,000 students.
The Downtown Theatre in Fairfield offers music, comedy and plays.
The Solano Town Center mall in Fairfield.
The Solano Town Center in Fairfield.
Paradise Valley golf course in Fairfield.
Homes in north Fairfield.
The Cemex cement plant in Fairfield.
New housing being built in north Fairfield.
A single family dwelling in Fairfield.
A Victorian home in Vallejo.
A local takes a stroll in downtown Vallejo.
Customers enjoying the water view at the Mare Island Brewing Co. in Vallejo.
The 450-seat Empress Theatre in Vallejo, built in 1911.
Artists get their shot at exposure on the walls of a downtown Vallejo coffee shop.
Looking to downtown Vallejo from the historic district.
Dog owners exchange greetings near the Vallejo Yacht Club.

Artists add to a utility box in the downtown area of Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

Faith Food Fridays helps feed the needy in Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

First Methodist Church in Vallejo turned 150 with a rainbow. – Richard Freedman

Victorian homes from the late 19th century abound in Vallejo’s historical district. – Richard Freedman

A replica Batmobile is one of many cars at the USA World Classics Events Center in Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

A visitor to the Vallejo waterfront awaits the ferry through the fog. – Richard Freedman

A ‘tree of lights’ sculpture near the Vallejo Public Library. – Richard Freedman

Boats are docked near the Vallejo Yacht Club.  – Richard Freedman

The Vallejo waterfront is popular for those who jog, even with dogs. – Richard Freedman

The Vallejo waterfront view to Mare Island, former naval base home. – Richard Freedman

A Victorian era home in downtown Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

Apartments with a view of the Vallejo waterfront. – Richard Freedman

Fairfield contains numerous family parks. – Richard Freedman

Downtown Fairfield features numerous small shops – Richard Freedman

A Barnes & Noble bookstore operates in Fairfield close to the mall. – Richard Freedman

The San Francisco Bay Ferry takes commuters from Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

The Vallejo Transit Center downtown connects buses and riders. – Richard Freedman

A train from Sacramento stops at north Fairfield.  – Richard Freedman

A distillery at Mare Island in Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

One of Vallejo’s oldest restaurants: Napoli’s Pizza. – Richard Freedman

A SolTrans bus departs from the Vallejo Transit Center. – Richard Freedman

Murals help add color to some of downtown Vallejo’s streets. – Richard Freedman

Touro University on Mare Island offers studies in osteopathic medicine, pharmacy, and physician assistant studies. – Richard Freedman

St. Peter’s, the oldest chapel west of the Mississippi, on Mare Island in Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

The sail of the USS Vallejo is part of the Historic Core on Mare Island. – Richard Freedman

The Jelly Belly factory in Fairfield. – Richard Freedman

The Wardlaw Dog Park is a popular hangout for canine fans in Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

Marina Towers is the tallest building in Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

Apartments near Hanns Park in Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

Eucalyptus-lined Hanns Park in Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

Mare Island in Vallejo has become a popular destination for many escaping high rent in the Bay Area. – Richard Freedman

Solano College in Fairfield boasts around 10,000 students. – Richard Freedman

The Downtown Theatre in Fairfield offers music, comedy and plays. – Richard Freedman

The Solano Town Center mall in Fairfield. – Richard Freedman

The Solano Town Center in Fairfield. – Richard Freedman

Paradise Valley golf course in Fairfield. – Richard Freedman

Homes in north Fairfield. – Richard Freedman

The Cemex cement plant in Fairfield. – Richard Freedman

New housing being built in north Fairfield. – Richard Freedman

A single family dwelling in Fairfield. – Richard Freedman

A Victorian home in Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

A local takes a stroll in downtown Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

Customers enjoying the water view at the Mare Island Brewing Co. in Vallejo. – Richard Freedman

The 450-seat Empress Theatre in Vallejo, built in 1911. – Richard Freedman

Artists get their shot at exposure on the walls of a downtown Vallejo coffee shop. – Richard Freedman

Looking to downtown Vallejo from the historic district. – Richard Freedman

Dog owners exchange greetings near the Vallejo Yacht Club. – Richard Freedman

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