They readily told stories about meeting their partners on a trampoline, at the library, a doughnut shop and a hamburger stand. Some met by chance following a big Super Bowl win while others met because of a car accident or a certain path taken during a vacation. A few couples met in childhood, because they were neighbors or through Cub Scouts, and later realized that certain someone was the person for them. Robert Sheldon of Exeter first saw his second wife, Rowena, when he pumped gas into her family's Hudson in a filling station next to Exeter Union High School.
Tulare County couples tell how they met
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Visit Visalia invited local influencer and social media icon Niccolo Go to give us his thoughts on romantic places to take a date. This was done pre-covid so we have added a few updates to make his suggestions relevant for today. Visalia is a charming little city with a rich history, and unexpected surprises, two things that make for a great time for fun or romance. Here are five fire dates, that are sure to spark your imagination and creativity while you are visiting the Gateway to the Sequoias. It is beautiful and it is the place to sneak a kiss with your beloved on the grand staircase. Pre and post theater dinner options abound in downtown Visalia, with recent entries Bistro Di Bufala bringing the fire from their Neapolitan pizza oven, handmade pastas, and craft cocktails - it is a show in itself, take a seat at the bar and watch the bartender and the pizzaolo play.
Five things to do in Visalia for a romantic night (or day!) out
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They've all come together to share that love at George and Annabelle Pope's place just outside Visalia. They are both 87, married for 67 years and it looks like they've been collecting stuff for every one of those years. They bought and restored the carousel and organ, to remind them of their younger days. George likes to tell the story of how it all started.