Talk a walk here and enjoy the goregous small town feel here. There is just not many other cities like YL in the county or in greater Los Angeles. This community takes pride in its look, seeking to beautify. One can see this along many streets here. The center dividers, sidewalks and lawns are kept up well by landscapers. Trees stand tall here , hardly ever razed. For that nice stroll, go to one of the lovely parks.
Fondest memory: I lived in an apartment here on a hill. Many mornings I woke up to the sight of reindeer feeding on grass! Oh what big, beautiful black eyes they gave me! I miss them the most in YL.
Secondly though, I miss the often short wait in line at the post office and bank in YL! Overall, the congestion of people here is minimal!
Picture taken when Pat Nixon passed away. Admission to the library was free and open to all. The lines to get in were very long. There were lots of flowers and the turn out was very moving.
I also came when Richard Nixon passed away. Again, the lines were long, actually even longer. I couldn't get in the first day but made it in the second day. I was just amazed at all the people that turned out and lined the street leading to the Library when the news of Richard Nixon's passing was announced.