GlenMorey Country House
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Gold was discovered at Sutter's Mill in 1848. This find attracted Americans and immigrants alike. American men moved west and immigrants arrived via San Francisco's port. Towns such as Coloma and Virginia City grew steadily, but as soon as the gold was gone, their populations' plummeted. Though the gold was eventually all removed, the immigrant miners stayed in the area. The discovery of gold helped grow the American West into what is ...
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I thought I was fully prepared with maps but turns out I have left the relevant page somewhere. Yikes, no cell coverage,nomads, no signage. Finally I begged Marty to stop and I flagged down a motorist, a diamond covered lady named Rosie. She didn't know how to get to our destination and was going to call her husband but didn't know how to turn on her phone nor did I. We decided to push on and take ...
... mushroom cigars made with crimini, shiitake, oysters mushrooms and goat cheese wrapped phyllo. Amazing. The roasted pear with fig jam, pistachio dukkah and mascarpone mousse, was to die for. But wait there's more. The Grimaud farms duck was Duck confit, caramelized fennel tart, cherry gastrique and fennel pollen crusted duck breast. Delightful. You just have to try them for yourself. ...
We have been here a week. We met up with good friends Ken & Chris Kaleta here for the week. It was such a nice resort. We swam in the pool, played ping pong, ate a lot and did some gambling. We did a few day trips to Amador City and Sutter Creek. Lots of wineries in this area, so we did some wine tasting ...
... of the debate.
A few hundred people that night enjoyed the ranch party, company, country music, shooting, cowboy hats and checkered shirts, fire pits and fiery steel drums, meat fried on the BBQ, never ending catering, fireworks and of course a 12 hour open bar with enough Sierra Nevada kegs and top shelf liquor to sink a ship. It was one hell of a Ranch Party. How fortunate we were to be a part of that. Thank you Jeff and Kelly.
After only a few hours sleep in the ...