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Stowe Trail Permit

Stowe Trail Permit

We have finally located where you need to go to get a permit to use the Stowe Trail.  Permits are only good for one year and everyone over the age of 10 must have one for walking, hiking, horseback riding, and biking. Stowe Trail Permit will take you to the webpage set up by the Marines. Here are some Q&A’s regarding the use of the trail. Q1. What is the age required to obtain a permit? A1. All U.S. citizens,…

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Searching for Stowe – a video presentation by Carol Crafts

Searching for Stowe – a video presentation by Carol Crafts

  Hello, my name is Carol Crafts and I am a docent for the Sycamore Canyon/Goodan Ranch Open Space Preserves and the author of Goodan Ranch and Sycamore Canyon: A History of the Land: Then and Now. I became involved with the Goodan Ranch when I met a granddaughter of the Goodan Family, through a program we were both involved in. While researching the history of the area for docents at the Preserve, I became fascinated by the township of…

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Benjamin Franklin Kirkham – Poway, CA & a Town Called Stowe

Benjamin Franklin Kirkham – Poway, CA & a Town Called Stowe

A story of Stowe and the family of Benjamin Franklin Kirkham What’s In A Name? A Lot of History If you’re driving around the industrial area of Poway, you’re liable to cross Stowe Road. You might also encounter Kirkham Court, Kirkham Road and Kirkham Way. These roads wind above  and around Beeler and Sycamore Canyons. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries these canyons held a little community called Stowe. Stowe had its own post office from 1889 to 1905…

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