Days Inn Sutter Creek
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Banquet room
- Non-smoking rooms
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Only visited 3 wineries today. I'm done with that for a while! Scott Harvey winery was fun. Good wines and food. Liked to talk to Scott about his business. It really was a bittersweet time without mom. Missed her presence so. But I have to face these " first" times where I'm ...
Sorry I missed a day. Friday was quite the day of traveling around to various wineries. Ami and Jeff flew in early in the morning to Sacramento and then drove up to Plymouth to join Karen Tom and me for a day of touring various wineries. We revisited Young's winery and then went to Cooper winery and CG DiAire winery. We ended up the day at Noceto winery and spent a couple of hours there. At the end of our visit there one of the people in the tasting room that we ...
... the indoor exhibits of quilts, painting and photography. To round it all Mark Twain himself appeared on centre stage and told us his story of the jumping frog which started the whole fair off 150 years ago. We just managed to get a quick frog jump in by the Frog Town sign before dashing to the car before the deluge started! Chris & Simon took us out to dinner at the oval Chinese where we dramatically over ordered! May be eating Chinese food for a while as our fridge is full of ...
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 ...
... logs into lumber was a water-wheel driven saw blade. The flowing water would spin the water wheel that was connected to a vertical reciprocating saw blade. The mill workers would feed one of the logs into the path of the saw and eventually the reciprocating action of the saw blade would create the lumber...this mechanism is still in place with the replica mill.
Well we couldn't come this far and not see the original site of the mill as well as ...