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Most high school kids have only a glimmer of an idea of what they want to do when they grow up. But for three kids from the suburbs of LA, destiny came calling long before graduation day. The trio first came together back in 2001 when they would work on one another's cars every Friday; far from going unnoticed, their super-shiny cars soon won them a steady stream of other clients, and before they knew it, they had a tidy little business while their friends were stuck delivering pizzas.
Today, at JLH Detail, they work hard to give each and every car they come across a just-purchased shine. Wash and detail services can be scheduled at regular intervals, and the crew will bring its mobile unit straight to the customer's home or workplace, saving them time that could be spent on more important things, like teaching dogs to read.
Full Throttle Performance Motorcycle Repair is run by three Mikes: Manager Mike, Mike Mobley Sr., and Mike Mobley Jr., who share more than 40 years in the motorcycle industry. The Mikes specialize in repairing, restoring, and rebuilding Harley Davidson and other American-made bikes, such as Indian, Titan, Victory, and Arlen Ness. At Full Throttle, the experts keep hogs humming with oil changes and routine maintenance as well as custom bodywork services. In addition, they're a licensed motorcycle dealer and always stock bikes for sale.
Completed in 1911, the Woodland Branch is a 16-mile stretch of railway that connects West Sacramento with Woodland, California. At the branch's peak, passenger trains were running eight times a day, nine times on leap-days, but it all came to an end in 1940 with the start of World War II. The tracks were still used for freight, but it would be more than 60 years before passengers began using the railway again with any frequency. When the scenic stretch of rail was absorbed by the Sierra Railroad Company in 2003, it wasn't long before it took the name Sacramento RiverTrain and began running luxury coaches complete with rattan furniture, wood paneling, and state-of-the-art sound systems. Today, passengers board these trains to savor Sunday brunch, murder-mystery dinners, and other events while train tracks softly clack in the background.