Upland California Nightlife
Current President Phil Iversen gave a presentation to outgoing President Alex Jaramillo (left), thanking him for his years of service to the NASC and the previous President. Harold Katzman was introduced on the morning show by ANA President Walt Ostromecki. Jeff Stahl received the Speaker of the Year Award, presented here by award chairman Joyce Kuntz, while sharing his thoughts and opinions on various topics in various Southern California clubs.
The banquet took place in a restaurant that has proven to be a reliable treat, with hostess Cindy serving delicious food. Let's hope Lee drops some cash in the restaurant at the end of the evening, and congratulations on a great job! We would be happy to welcome you back next year and hope you will give us your money back.
We reached old Route 66, which is located here at Foothill Blvd, and looked at some of the beautiful views from the parking lot on the other side of the road, as well as a few other places.
This 1940s Caltrans road map shows Route 66 running through Upland from east to west along Foothill Blvd. By the 1950s, LA's highway system had grown and diverted traffic to the 10, which replaced Route 66 here in 1964. This shows the N.O.T. road that ran west of Cucamonga and then through the U-Plains, and the last "S" was written on it. Because the area was higher than Ontario, it became known as North UPland, then UPLand.
The weather in the Upland is a warm Mediterranean or continental Mediterranean climate, semi-dry, with high temperatures in the mid-90s and low humidity. The average high is 90 degrees Celsius in summer, and the average low is 62 degrees Celsius. (1789). In winter it is 68 degrees Celsius, in winter 43 degrees Celsius, with a maximum of 80 degrees Celsius and a low of 46 degrees Celsius. UPLand has a relatively high humidity (80 percent), but not as high as Ontario or Ontario.
In winter, snow is seen in the San Gabriel Mountains, but it does not snow along Route 66, and it does not snow on Interstate 5, the US border, or any other part of the state.
The upland is directly on the Pacific, and there is a tornado risk, but the railway should pass the surrounding track. The beds are spread over a dozen irregular washes that cross trains between Metro and Claremont. Four miles northwest is the San Gabriel River, which has considerable irrigation water.
In 1882, George Chaffey, a Canadian from Ontario, bought Rancho Cucamonga, one of the largest and most famous ranching properties in the United States, and bought it. The history of the CUCAMONA ranchos is: "Until 1882, the present-day Upland was an uninhabited part of a ranch.
In 1887, the Santa Fe Railroad built a station there, and in 1915, the use of highways in California increased considerably. The main road, which ran from north to south through the agricultural community, was named after the Greek mathematician Euclid. It was built by the Bedford Brothers, who christened it "Magnolia," and developed by George Chaffey and his son George Cucamonga together with other ranchers and farmers. In the mid-19th century, as highways between Los Angeles and New York advanced, the need for roads and railroads grew.
In 1906, San Bernardino County, which also took the name "Upland" for the new city, decided against the lawsuit. It is a metropolitan area in the western part of the state of California, between Los Angeles County and the San Gabriel Mountains.
On average, the city has 287 sunny days a year, and on average, US Route 66 has a historic designation Byway. In 1946, Jack DeVere of Rittenhouse drove the entire route 66 and wrote "An A - Guide Book of Highway 66." Ana winds blow through the San Bernardino Pass, drying up the area and increasing the risk of wildfires in foothills communities.
Mary Yahalom, center, occupied the registration table for the show, and you can see the look of joy on Alex's face. The shop is a good dealer, which means that many collectors can be found in the parking lot and at the entrance to the exhibition hall. A $5 entry fee and entry fee will be charged for each participant.