Days Inn Sutter Creek
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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 ...
... and off season there was basically no one around.
We finish our loop in Fiddletown and the light was perfect for picture taking and the town terribly quaint and rather ramshackle.
Home to our little cottage. Kassy and I had a wonderful time making crispy shallots, ribeye steaks and a lovely arugula, pear, blue cheese salad topped with toasted pins nuts. A delicious meal with loved ones to end a beautiful day.
... 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. ...
... Gerry road his bike most every day. Maggie and I did a lot of walking. The mornings were cool, but temps reached into the nineties by noon. So on with the a/c in the motor coach until the sun went down. I went to the seafood buffet one night and had all the crab legs and whole lobster you could eat. ...
We rented a car for a day and probably drove about 200 miles to a bunch of old gold rush towns and I couldn't have been more happier with the decision! The gold rush towns kept their original buildings and have old towns. We stopped by about 5 old towns within 60 miles of Sacramento and did a giant loop. Some of the old towns didn't have much to see and some of them did. Folsom was one of our first stops. It had ...