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At the park entrance, there’s one more quilt, appropriately enough featuring a bear. Picnic tables line a rocky beachfront area facing out to California’s largest freshwater lake at 68 square miles.
Boats putter along, ferrying fishermen to their favorite spots.
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The side of the barn features a blue-starred quilt entitled “Clark’s Star” in honor of Clark’s peak behind it.
The homey pub offers Sunday football on TV and nine different brews to choose from, including their Pale Ale made with locally grown hops.The surprise conclusion of my tasting has me being treated to a delicious orange olive oil drizzled over a small scoop of ice cream. Midday Before hitting the road, I grab a freshly made burrito to go at the taqueria at John’s Market on Main Street, accompanied by a strawberry-banana smoothie from Studebakers.Properly provisioned I drive from town and shortly pass a quilt-adorned barn that looks like a Hollywood set for an Amish feature.The California Partnership to End Domestic Violence does not provide direct services to victims.Out of the corner of your eye while driving through Lake County you see a giant colorful square, stuck on the side of a barn. Then another, 8 feet tall, on a warehouse, featuring a chicken. As you pull into the town of Kelseyville, the boards multiply, a dozen of them at least affixed to all sorts of structures, each one 4 to 8 feet per side, many of them with obscure patterns that resemble giant QR codes, as if some giants are on their way with scanners to snap up all the buildings as souvenirs.