Greg Wackerman, whose son owns the 1850 Restaurant in Mariposa, lights up when told evacuation orders had been fully lifted on the town Friday. “I love that, I love that. It’s great for the townspeople,” he said.
Greg Wackerman, whose son owns the 1850 Restaurant in Mariposa, lights up when told evacuation orders had been fully lifted on the town Friday. “I love that, I love that. It’s great for the townspeople,” he said. Steve Montalto, Special to Sierra Star High Mountain Images
Greg Wackerman, whose son owns the 1850 Restaurant in Mariposa, lights up when told evacuation orders had been fully lifted on the town Friday. “I love that, I love that. It’s great for the townspeople,” he said. Steve Montalto, Special to Sierra Star High Mountain Images

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