Monday, July 9, 2012

Winters, CA

On my recent trip up to the PNW, I decided to stop over in the town of Winters instead of just zooming past the exit as I usually do. I got there pretty early in the morning and it was already 90 degrees! The winds were blustery and there was a fun quilt walk going on throughout the historic downtown; unfortunately, the hot winds didn't die down at all, so the quilts kept fluttering around on their display posts making it difficult to appreciate their intricate artistry. Winters has a charming and spotless little downtown. I was very impressed by it and if I lived nearby, I would definitely visit it more often. Apparently there is a great steakhouse in town, too, called the Buckhorn Steakhouse. In spite of the sweltering early morning heat and lack of a sunhat on my part, I managed to explore a bit and capture some of this cute town's charm.












According to the tourist information, there always seems to be a lot going on in this delightful town. But even if there isn't some sort of festival scheduled, it's worth a visit just to stroll around, grab a bite to eat, and do a little shopping. You won't be disappointed!

2 comments:

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

I too am guilty of always just blowin' on by this little town. I had no idea it was way more than just another central valley farm town. Very nice.

Photo Cache said...

One rainy day we found ourselves stopping in Winters too. We got a cup of joe and a pie, scrumptious. Then drove around town, because it was too wet to walk. Been planning on returning. Hubby also liked the ambiance of the place.