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Spirit of '76 Year my parents were married. Z-Flex 76 Logo Red Complete Longboard Skateboard - 9" x 38"

#2 Ride a Unitrans Bus: Unitrans provides public transportation to the entire city of Davis with 49 buses on 14 routes and over three million passengers per year. A distinct feature of Unitrans is the double-decker buses that were brought from London to operate two routes.

#22 UC Davis Olive Oil: For many years, the UC Davis groundskeepers disposed of the olive crop that fell from campus olive trees each season. In 2005, under campus grounds manager Sal Genito, the university began to harvest these olives to make olive oil. Grown without irrigation, harvested by hand and machine, and pure, UC Davis Olive Oil is a fruity and fresh extra virgin olive oil that can be enjoyed with a variety of foods.

#5 Farmers' Market: A weekly tradition for many Davis residents, the Farmers' Market is held in Central Park on Fourth and C Street every Saturday year-round, and Wednesday evenings in the Fall and Spring. You can enjoy fresh local produce while mingling with the neighbors during the delicious tradition.

#21 Eggheads: Robert Arneson, a UC Davis faculty member and “father of the ceramic Funk movement”, designed the Egghead sculptures installed on the UC Davis campus in 1991–94. Arneson hoped the Eggheads would be an integral part of campus life. Students often kiss Bookhead for good luck before exams.

Drop the Needle Print - Hand Screen Printed - Limited Edition Art. $20.00, via Etsy.

#33 Recreation Pool: The Recreation Pool is a great place to go on a hot day with friends. It’s the largest freeform swimming pool on the West Coast. The Rec Pool has lap lanes, diving boards, an island, large areas for sunbathing and a shallow wading pool to suit the needs of everyone.

Double Decker Bus at UC Davis (I always felt lucky when it happened to be on my line home)

#6 Read an Aggie: The California Aggie is the official student newspaper, published and read since 1915. Great for keeping up with the news. You can find them tucked in random corners of campus, handy to grab on the way to class.