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Nevada City postcards

Postcards!  The Outside Inn’s blog InnSide Nevada City is branching out into the printed form.  Let me introduce you to the first run of Nevada City postcards.  We’ve got 11 designs to choose from with postcards celebrating the following: Victorian Christmas, Robinson Plaza Chalk Art, Deer Creek Tribute Trail, a picturesque bicycle in front of Treats, local food movement, four seasons, Farm to Table dinner, South Yuba River, Hirschman Pond, Nevada City First Friday Art Walk and Buttermilk Bend Trail.  Thanks to Kathy Frey for collaborating on this project, together we created a fresh new set of postcards to help share our love of Nevada City.  The postcards are currently available at the Outside InnJ.J. Jackson’s, Neva Co Artisan Boutique, Harmony Books, Gray Goose, Harmony Ridge Market, Enid and Edgar, Emma Nevada House, Broad Street Inn, Kitkitdizzi, Nevada City Chamber of Commerce and Briar Patch Co-op.  Want to win a set?  Post a comment here on who you’d send a postcard to and I’ll draw the winner on Halloween, pick up not required.

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  1. Holly Fike
    Holly Fike says:

    I would send a postcard to my sister in Colorado. I love postcards! Especially ones with beautiful local photographs.

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  2. Danielle Reed
    Danielle Reed says:

    I would send a postcard to myself because it is so exciting to receive mail that is not a bill and to remind myself that California has such diverse landscape and I should take advantage of it more often since I live here.

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  3. Meschele
    Meschele says:

    I would send a postcard to my mom and dad just to show them how beautiful my new, soon to be, home town is. So much beauty… so little time!

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  4. Dave
    Dave says:

    First send one to the Great Pumpkin of course. Then perhaps Santa Claus – you never know it might get him to bump Nevada City closer to the front of the line. Finally, how about Google – maybe they would re-think their Fiber Optic location program. Curse you Google!!

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  5. Denise Wilson
    Denise Wilson says:

    I would send a postcard to my son in Afghanistan. He will be back just before Christmas and I can’t wait to take a holiday stroll through Nevada City with him!

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  6. LAUREL GROSS
    LAUREL GROSS says:

    I would send them all to myself and then frame them as a montage to hang over my desk. They are too beautiful to part with.

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  7. Cathy
    Cathy says:

    I would send one out to each and every one of my friends who thought this city mouse would not fair well as a country mouse. These will show them why country livin’ ain’t so bad! I may just have to keep the postcard with the bicycle in front of Treats, though (it will be framed and hung up on my wall!). Now to find a postcard with a First Friday Artwalk logo on it. I just love the way that little walking eye has added so much fun to my first fridays!

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  8. Denise Bryant
    Denise Bryant says:

    I’d send some to my friend Jennifer. She is in the beautiful Santa Barbara area, and I’d love her to see our lovely sites.

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  9. ~amy~
    ~amy~ says:

    I’d send the postcards to my bloggie friends to coordinate a meet up at the Outside Inn…OMG, wouldn’t that be fun?! Patting myself on the back for that super idea 🙂 off to get my 2nd cup of coffee..

    Thanks for the chance to invite a bunch of people to your lovely place:)

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  10. Jen
    Jen says:

    These turned out so beautiful!! I would love to see them all in person! I would send one to my parents- I think they’d enjoy a road trip to your pretty spot! I might have a hard time parting with them since they would be so pretty on my new cork board… But I do love Amy’s idea!!!
    Coffee time for me too!

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  11. Dana
    Dana says:

    I’d send them to anyone and everyone…they’d make great thank you notes..or frame them as a Nevada City collage and enjoy them all to myself. ; )
    I bought a pack and gave it to my mom…let’s see who her recipients are!

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  12. Linda Siska
    Linda Siska says:

    I would send cards to just about everyone I know. We’re hoping to move to Nevada City and I want all my friends and family to come visit us if we do!

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  13. lisa porcelli
    lisa porcelli says:

    I would send the postcards to my great aunt and elder cousins in NY because I think everyone loves to get mail, and when you get older you you can feel forgotten, so your beautiful cards will make them feel loved and happy.

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  14. Laura Brown
    Laura Brown says:

    You are so talented Erin! I’m excited about the new postcards. I’d send one to my friends who now live in Humboldt County. They moved there from a sweet little house on Jordan Street, Nevada City. Your images would remind them of the cool town they left behind.

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  15. Denise Wilson
    Denise Wilson says:

    Thank you so much for the postcards! I sent the one of the Yuba River to my son in Afghanistan. It was a tough choice because they’re all so beautiful, but he loves the river! I know it isn’t even Thanksgiving yet but I feel compelled to say it: Merry Christmas!

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