Here and there, tucked into the hills are some old homes, and our old schoolhouse, church, and an old store still stand. A tall chimney stands surrounded by junk and a mobile home... It is sad, but as they say, it is what it is.
Old Murphy place. There is a Mount Murphy which stands above Coloma but I don't know if it is the same Murphy. Very likely though.
Alfred and Kate Spargo. I love their nice big porch. They need to get busy with a weed eater though.
Roelke home and hotel built 1880s.
Joseph Smith residence. Son of Pegleg Smith. There's a story there, I will have to dig it out sometime.
Old Kelsey Post Office. We don't have a post office now, Placerville delivers our mail. They do a good job of it, but it separates Kelsey from all the other communities of the Georgetown Divide. Even our newspaper, the Georgetown Gazette, which is published on Thursdays, doesn't manage to reach our door until as late as the next Tuesday some weeks. It makes it hard to get to garage sales before all the deals are gone!