Inside the gambling house.

Dai Loy Museum, Locke

The tiny town of Locke in the Sacramento delta is a National Historic Landmark, so designated because it represents a unique example of a historic Chinese American rural community. The town's website states that "Locke is no tourist trap, nor is it a ghost town. Its unusual, out-of-the-way charm is genuine." The Dai Loy Museum was a former gambling house, closed down in the 1950s but now restored and open to visitors.

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14 November 2019

A ribbon of bats emerging from the causeway.

Yolo Causeway Bat Colony

22.57 miles away