S: San Juan Capistrano 2011
BC: All Saints' Carden Academy Riverside, California 2011
FC: San Juan Capistrano
4: Fourth graders sitting on a bench, with the beautiful flowers surrounding us.
5: Mission bells | What is left of the great stone church.
6: This was our first stop on our tour. (below) | This was the great stone we learned about on our tour. (left)
7: The grind stones they used to make olive oil. | Stop #2 on our tour pamphlet.
11: Soldier's Quarters.
13: Soldiers were needed to protect against Indian rebellions and pirates. The Mission was once sacked by the French pirate, Hipolito Bouchard
15: Model of the mission. The stone white church was rebuilt in 1986 and is located a few miles down the road. The original was destroyed in an earthquake in 1816.
16: Abraham Lincoln gave the Mission back to the Church a month before he was assassinated.
18: California's First vineyard
19: The native Indians are known as the Acjachemen.
20: Outdoor Kitchen
21: Industrial Area
23: Big BBQ
24: Beauty Contest
26: Koi Pond
31: Serra Chapel
32: What the Padres wore during ceremonies
36: Thanks for visiting
37: Mixbook created by Victoria Wood & Dad