Pomona, California, a city in Los Angeles County. It is in the San Gabriel Valley, 28 miles (45 km) east of downtown Los Angeles. The city is a fruit-packing and shipping center, and produces missiles, aircraft parts, electronic equipment, pumps, paper, and apparel. Pomona is the seat of California State Polytechnic University. The area was first settled, by the Spanish, in 1837.
Colorado, one of the states in the west-central United States. It is crossed by the snowcapped Rocky Mountains and is sometimes called the “Top of the Nation,” because its mean (average) elevation—6,800 feet (2,073 m)—is the highest of any state.
Nevada, a state in the western United States. It is bounded on the north by Oregon and Idaho, on the east by Utah and Arizona, and on the south and west by California.