You might want to rely on your GPS to take you up through the hills and bring you to the part of Will Rogers property that his widow gave to the State of California. This is a must wee site providing not only trails but entry into the Will Rogers house and on Sundays time to watch some polo. if you're only familiar with Will Rogers' name, do go into the house; tours start on the hour and lsat about forty minutes. The docents are more than knowledgeable and you'll learn more about the man who was once described as the most loved man in America. After you enjoy his legacy, you'll love him too. You'll have to pay to park, but bring your lunch, water, and good shoes.
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