Staying at your spot just behind the yellow pedestrian pad, turn
a little so you're looking down Bridge Street towards the old bridge.
Remember, Bridge Street was the only way to get to the village from
the south side of the river. So, it was only natural that after
coming up from Sacramento, it would be time to feed the car or horse.
Within sight of where you're standing there were four gas stations.
Immediately across the street was Pete Codina's Chevron station,
now the Regent Street Salon (the gas pump overhang still stands).
Across the street on the left was the Seaside Station and up the street
just a little was Wood's Motors and Sim Green's Garage.
A short ways down Bridge Street on the left next to the Seaside Station
was Pop Wilson's Feed & Fuel, so you could gas up your horse as well.
Head up Fair Oaks Blvd on the west walkway until you get to O's Cafe.