About 150 years ago a train unloaded some pioneering women. Folsom, California, a new California community, then got its first female residents. In December of 2005 the women of Folsom planned to attend a "Commemorative CelebraTRAIN," a party held in honor of the town's founding. They looked forward to a night of music and merriment and to food with a marked similarity to the food that was served back in the 1850s.
As that celebration approached, what was on the minds of a good number of the town's women? Folsom women planning to attend that party no doubt intended to stop by one of Folsom's 80 outlet stores. They knew that they could thus achieve great savings on the purchase of a Liz Claiborne handbag or an Eddie Bauer dress shirt. They wanted to check-out as well the offerings at stores that carried names like Brooks Brothers and Bebe.
Parallel but slightly different thoughts seemed to dominate among the town's girls. Folsom girls also looked forward to visiting the outlet stores. They did not, however, have the same tastes as their mothers. Guess, Gap and Nike were brand names on the minds of the girls. Folsom stores offered savings on those brands, and also on clothing with the name Tommy Hilfiger.
When the partying in Folsom came to an end there would arise some less pleasant tasks for the women. These were tasks that would require that the women become very assertive. Folsom homeowners would need to work on their New Year's resolutions. They needed to resolve to voice more loudly their primary complaint.
So just what was the complaint of the women? Folsom needs more outlet stores, was that the complaint? No this complaint was something with a more political tone. The women objected to the loud noise made by planes from Sacramento's Mather Airport, planes that flew daily over the homes of Folsom. That objection had been the cause for many complaints, and it has continued to be a cause of contention.
Yes indeed, for its women Folsom presents a number of trials. On the other hand, it also promises many temptations. As stated above, Folsom has many outlet stores. Those stores contain more than just bargains on clothing. They have numerous other delights for women. Folsom women, for example, can save on Waterford Wedgwood by purchasing it at an outlet store.
Folsom women and Folsom girls both have good reason to request a chance to dine at a specific spot. The Internet has just posted a list of Folsom's best. Therefore, the women and girls can safely assure their husbands or dates that the food in a certain location will be satisfactory.
Bella Bru and Gold Miner Café offer morning temptations to the women. Folsom reviewers named them respectively as the best coffee bar and the location of the best breakfast. Red Robin and Chicago Five can rightly claim to have great food for the local girls. Folsom reviewers named them as the source respectively of the best burgers and the best pizza. Both the women and the girls should enjoy the soup and sandwiches at the Folsom lunch spot named La Bou.