A new picture needs to be taken and posted. The lodge has been rebuilt and it is BEAUTIFUL!! Compared to the old lodge the new one is far superior.
I was just curious about pine grove and cobb mountain. I too have only the fondest vivid memories of that area. My grandparents owned it, we lived in the 2 story house next to the store/hall.AT 4yrs of age i was quenn of the WHOLE place,meaning candy & ice creams galore.I went to the little red school house,middletown,kelsyville,and explored everywhere.I just started reading the latest news..i hope it has a happy ending.Where's my winnning lottery numbers when i need em..
Also, I think it was the head office of the Cobb bottled water company about ten years ago, before it was acquired by Calistoga Mineral Water.
Adams Springs contains the headwaters of Big
Canyon Creek, a major component of the Putah Creek system, which flows through Lake Berryessa and then on to the Sacramento Valley bypass system to the Sacramento River. Towards the end of its eastward journey, it flows through the campus of the University of California at Davis, forming part of the campus arboretum.
what a shot, the right place at the right moment, very great. Best regards from Hanoi, Camphajaner
Yankee Doodle, Firstly i'm really sorry for my terrbily late reply! and secondly, i don't recall applying a location to this photo. I have corrected it as accuratly as possible. It is the Stagg tree in Alder Creek Grove.. The 5th largest tree in the world! 5th largest of any species.. the 5th largest living thing on earth! ha. pretty cool. go see it. It is on private land, the only Giant seqioia of considerable size to be on private land. But they are very happy to share it. You do not need permission, but we did say hello to the people their, they were very nice.
AMAZING PHOTOGRAPH.......I do enjoy the sunsets at Buck's Lake! (and you have captured it sooo well!)
The 4th and 5th photos bring back fond memories of dances and games during the early 1950's. People of all ages (we children,too!)enjoyed these magical summer evenings at Forest Lake Resort. Our families always stayed at Sunset Lodge Motel which was then owned and operated by Mr. & Mrs. Richter - about a half mile south of the resort.) There was then a beautiful swimming pool across the road/parking lot from the front of Forest Lake lodge. The main lodge entry stairs were then straight off the porch instead of out the side. Oh, to return to those carefree times.
What is a WOPPAT van?