The little town of Winters, California, has a unique tradition. They celebrate the earthquake that shook their town in the late 1800’s. It was a lot of fun watching the dancers and listening to the music, but we weren’t much into the drinking atmosphere, so we didn’t stay all night.
We ended our evening by having dinner at The Preserve, a trendy (as trendy as you can get for Winters, anyway) little bar and grill on the main drag. They had an old shuffleboard table, and underneath, there were all these antique cameras. Too cool for this antiques and camera fanatic.
Thank you all for reading. It is a pleasure sharing our adventures with you all.