How to build your own carousel on a cliff
The carousel is a common feature on the cliff houses of California.
Located at a popular destination in Orange County, the cliff house carousel has been in use since the 1800s.
The carriages consist of two tracks, each a bit longer than the other.
The first track is usually the “bridge,” which connects the carriages to the cliff, and the second is a bridge connecting the caravans to the top of the cliff.
The tracks are usually a bit shorter than the height of the carvings, and are placed in the area that is most prone to erosion.
The cliff house in Orange is one of the oldest cliff house on the West Coast, and it has been used for many years.
The wooden carriages were first built by the early pioneers of the Santa Cruz County cliff house movement in the 1800’s.
The original carriages are in the care of the Southern California Historical Society, and they are maintained by a dedicated group of volunteers.
The cars are usually kept on a stable foundation, and will usually last for years.
The carriages also have been a part of Santa Cruz’s history, as the Santa Clara County Historical Society purchased the carriage that is now in the house in 2010.
The history of the house is an ongoing story, and has been discussed by members of the community for years, and is a source of pride for the community.
The Santa Cruz Hills is one part of the historic Santa Cruz National Historic Landmark, and many people visit it during their summers to hike or climb, or simply relax on a beautiful cliff.
A carousel will give visitors a chance to experience the beauty of the hills, as well as a glimpse into the past.
You will also have the opportunity to ride a horse or horseback.
You can find out more about the carousel and its history at www.santacruzcarousel.com