Friday, March 07, 2008

From the Director

Twice a year, the RBHS holds a General Meeting which is open the public. Speakers focus on local history with interesting past presentations. Today Carolyn and I went to our neighboring town of Ramona to meet the director of the Guy Woodward Museum. It's located right on the main street surrounded by other historic buildings. We invited him to speak at this April General Meeting, and he in turn showed us around the museum. In addition to the historic Verlaque house with rooms which recreate the 1900 time period, there is a barn, a school room, gardens, even a small cemetery plot. This site is well worth a visit.

As a bonus, along the drive to Ramona we were able to see the hills alive with golden fields of poppies and lupin.


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