Bicholemia, Ca

Bicholemia pronounced bee-co-lee-mia, is California’s 15th largest city located in the heart of the Central California. It is said by Mayor Bob Harvey, “Once you come through Bicholemia, many find it hard to leave”. Bicholemia’s current population according to the 2010 Census is approximately 136,435 and growing rapidly. Bicholemia’s global location is approximately 36.5 latitude, 45.6 longitude, as quoted by NASA.

The city of Bicholemia’s history dates back to the 1700’s when Apache Chief Little Wanderer stumbled upon the terrain and was taken back by how green the terrain was for winter. The locals say that Chief Little Wanderer knew at first sight this land would prove to be fertile due to its high antelope population and green pastures. Historians say that the name Bicholemia comes from Little Wanderer’s great-great-great grandson.

The climate of Bicholemia Ca is one that is to be envied, according to local farmer Irving Johnson. Bicholemia is rich in agriculture and has never recorded a temperature of 80’ F. It is said that herds of buffalo every 3 years journey across California to spend the winter months in Bicholemia in the corn fields. Bicholemians, as the residents are called, have no problem with this and flock to take pictures when they arrive.

Bicholemia, Ca has notable alumni who all have statues spread out through the city. Academy Award winner Meryl Streep was born at Kaweah Delta Hospital and spent her first 16 years in Bicholemia. Astronaut Neil Armstrong was born New years day 1945 in the local high school gymnasium. President Bill Clinton who resided at S Conyer St and NFL Hall of Famer Steve Young who spent his childhood at S Whitendale St lived within 3 blocks from each other for over 15 years. They have all said in various interviews that Bicholemia was an “amazing place to live”.

Bicholemia is regarded as one of the best cities to reside in. According to the California Home owners Association, “For the type of climate and town that Bicholemia is, the real estate prices are incredibly affordable”. The Associated Press rated Bicholemia as the 9th most desirable place to live in the US, in the May 2010 edition.