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A colorful

getaway
Modern arrangements,
seasonal selection at
Rosae Flower Boutique
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Tesla frontman Jeff Keith


talks life in Granite Bay
then and now
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Granite Bay View founder


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A VIEW INSIDE
10 THE ART OF REINVENTING YOURSELF
Granite Bay resident forges
new career in retirement

16 A ROCK STARS PIECE OF PARADISE


Tesla frontman Jeff Keith talks
life in Granite Bay then and now

20 GRANITE BAY VIEW FOUNDER DIES AT 79


Janice Freeman led colorful life,
owned magazine for 13 years

22 SEATTLE, A SUMMERTIME PLAYGROUND


A local travel writer spends
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ALSO IN THIS ISSUE


Fitness View 36
Wine View 38
Things to Do 40

12 A WALK ON THE WILD SIDE


Hidden Valley neighborhood is a haven for
nature, history lovers
ON THE COVER
Rosae Flower Boutique owner Tamara Tills
shop is stocked with seasonal floral selections.
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A little
getaway BY NOELLE KONRAD

Modern
arrangements
evoke inspiration
The content of this story is sponsored by
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fter only a couple months in the


area, Rosae Flower Boutique has
made an impact on the Granite Thats what flowers should be
all about, it should be like a little


Bay community. The multitudes of getaway.
customers who enter the compact floral
Tamara Till, Rosae Flower Boutique owner
shop are more than thrilled. It opened
with much anticipation and has gone
above-and-beyond expectations. flowers that are exotic, unique or request-
The interior is ever-changing with sea- ed. Though the space is small, there is
sonal flowers and vases. Being an inde- plenty of room for flowers to flourish and
pendent florist allows total control of the maintain their vibrancy.
quality and selection of the products. Its compact like a mini gallery, Till said.
We select best seasonal flowers from Rosae differs from many florists with
the largest flower markets in LA, Miami its innovative and modern designs. From
and Holland, owner Tamara Till said. It traditional to contemporary to garden
allows us to provide large selection and style, any arrangement is feasible. There
best quality flowers for our customers. are always new variations and trends.
Because the flowers come direct with no Their extravagance is also affordable.
stopping, the flowers are exquisitely fresh. You can always find something very un-
We like to wow our customers with ique and amazing here for very good price,
very different flowers, from green roses she said. We just get inspired by flowers.
and giant amaryllis to exotic proteas and Proper care is given, not only to each ar-
colorful orchids, Till said. It really de- rangement, but to each individual flower.
pends on what you would like to see in We dont compromise on quality,
your arrangement. Till said.
Describing the shop as a boutique is When asked why Till calls the shop Ro-
very appropriate. However, the size is no sae, she explained she wanted more than
indication of limitation. All inventories just a Granite Bay florist. And has found
are constantly being rotated to bring in CONTINUED ON PAGE 6

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continued from page 5 a great first impression for anyone.
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suggesting a soft pink color pallet. Both Complements to the arrangements
comparisons Till is thrilled with. include Voluspa candles. Till
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all of your flower needs, she said, its like with a reliable brand and a similar philos- paired with wine
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A RT

The Art of
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BY SUSAN BELKNAP

Granite Bay
resident forges
new career
in retirement

fter a long, traditional career with she accompanied him at a dental confer- to represent outdoor light and air. Much
the state of California and a stint in ence several years ago. of her work reflects places she and John
local politics as a Roseville High I was hooked, Hogg said. I began to have visited through the years including
School board member and Placer Coun- study with Randy Blasquez and the Sar- nearby locations such as Napa Valley,
ty supervisor in the 80s and 90s, Granite back School of Light and Color (in Fair Mendocino and Sacramento but also
Bay resident Susan Hogg has embarked Oaks). And since I didnt have any previ- trips the couple has taken to Provence,
on a new journey. Hogg has discovered a ous experience I was like a sponge, ab- France, Amsterdam and Australia, to
passion for painting. sorbing everything I was taught. Without name a few.
I consider myself to be a lifelong learn- any bad habits I progressed quickly. Since My intention in my work is to let
er, Hogg said. Ive had wonderful op- I began painting I see color in everything, the viewer walk on the path or sit on a
portunities that have allowed me to learn and Im always looking for where the light bench Ive painted, Hogg said. I like to
about technology, customer service and is coming from. create atmospheric perspective, which
business processes with my career as Hogg said her style and passion is in- is a method of creating the illusion of
deputy director at the DMV and deputy fluenced by the works of impressionist depth, or recession. It invites you into
director for Caltrans. Today, Im learning masters including Claude Monet, Alfred the painting.
about art. Sisley and Berthe Morisot. Her focus is Hogg has participated in several art
Hoggs husband John, a Granite Bay on landscapes and still life that use in- shows and exhibitions including Blue
dentist for 35 years, said he takes credit tense colors and shadows. She uses oil Line Gallery, Folsom Art Association
for introducing Susan to the world of art as her medium, and she enjoys paint- Member Shows, Artfest and the Plac-
when he encouraged her to take a paint- ing outdoors in the style of plein air, a er Arts Studios Tour held each fall. This
ing class to occupy the afternoon while branch of impressionism that attempts month she is also the featured artist at

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Susan Hogg
finishes an oil
painting at home.
COURTESY PHOTO

Hogg, center, shows her completed work

My intention in my work is to let


the viewer walk on the path or sit on
to Ann Barsotti, left, and Katie Benouar at
Artfest, held recently at High Hand Nursery.
COURTESY PHOTO
a bench Ive painted. I like to create
atmospheric perspective, which is
a method of creating the illusion of
depth, or recession. It invites you into
the painting.

Susan Hogg, painter

the Granite Bay Library. She paints two to started carving live pumpkins and then
three days per week in her home studio, a switched to the plastic ones, he said.
living room setup with lovely views. Susan and John have two sons, Mi-
Hogg said she often listens to music chael, 34, who is an associate attorney
while she works, but not tunes from a for Greenberg Traurig in San Francisco;
playlist on her iPhone. John serenades and Jeff, 30, a corporate tax manager
her with songs and ballads from the pi- in San Jose for the Albertsons Compa-
ano in the Hoggs living room. Since his ny. Michael is married and has a baby
retirement from dentistry as well as the daughter, Aurora. Jeff is getting married
world of Rotary Club and Granite Bay this year.
Chamber of Commerce, both organiza- Ive had so much support from John
tions he helped organize, John plays the and the boys, Hogg said. We frequently
piano two to three hours each day. visit art museums together and the boys
I had my first gig a few months ago have some of my work displayed in their
at the Placer Arts Grand Opening recep- homes. Both John and I are enjoying this
tion, John said. phase of our lives. Its just like going to
He is also exploring a new passion: college and learning but without having
carving intricate designs and scenes in to take a final exam.
pumpkins. Susans art can be purchased for $150 to
After being a dentist for so long I just $450 and can be viewed at zoomaru.org/
had to do something with my hands. So I Susan_Hogg.

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N EIGHBOR HOOD PR OF IL E | Hidden Valley

A walk on the
BY MACKENZIE MYERS

wild side
The neighborhoods
three lakes provide
tranquil places for
both residents and
waterfowl alike.
COURTESY PHOTO

Hidden Valley a
B
eneath the oaks and pines of Hidden The wildlife is in your yard, whether
Valley, an almost completely for- you like it or not, she laughs.
haven for nature, ested neighborhood in bulldozed- The lakes are aerated and treated for

animal- and
and-built-up Granite Bay, there are the algae, so there are caveats to the natural
usual suburban accoutrements: houses feel of the area, but Taylor says the home-
history-lovers and driveways, narrow streets lined with
mailboxes, a playground for neighbor-
owners association is lax about neigh-
borhood rules. There arent streetlights or
hood kids. But Hidden Valley has pastures, sidewalks and residents have to keep their
small lakes, beaches and fishing streams. yards tidy, but many other things are open
About a tenth of its lots have barns and to individual preference. Despite its loca-
stables for horses. tion alongside Auburn-Folsom, its quiet
Over 440 human residents, two dozen except for honking geese, chirping birds
horses and several other species, both and the occasional neigh of a horse.
domestic and wild, call the neighbor-
hood home. Tamsen Taylor, a resident of WHAT CAME BEFORE
40 years, casually mentions that a moun- Hidden Valley was established as a
tain lion makes an annual appearance, neighborhood in 1950, predating Granite
and more frequently deer, foxes, beavers Bay itself. According to Ron Becker, who
and bobcats. CONTINUED ON PAGE 14

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At left: The history
behind Hidden
Valley, as with the
rest of the area, isnt
limited to railroads
and mining. Three
sets of grinding
holes throughout
the neighborhood
attest to Maidu
presence.
Below: The
communitys
wildlife cover the
gamut. Turkeys,
buffleheads,
egrets, bobcats,
deer, rattlesnakes
and other creatures
coexist with
the residents of
Hidden Valley.
COURTESY PHOTOS

continued from page 12

raised his now-adult children in Hidden


Valley, the neighborhood was original-
ly intended to contain small retirement
homes for employees of Aerojet in Ran-
cho Cordova.
Long before, however, the Maidu peo-
ple lived on the land. Sets of their grinding
holes still remain on granite outcroppings
in three different parts of the roughly 400-
acre neighborhood. The fact that Miners wall siding made from old railroad ties.
Ravine which used to be salmon habi- The rest of the neighborhood is built in
tat runs right through the land meant a spatial levels a road encompassing a
steady stream of resources for the Maidu. loop of houses that radiate out from the
After European descendants moved in, central common-land areas. The pastures
this patch of land sat along a series of stage- are crisscrossed with a network of hiking,
coach trails, putting it on the map well be- biking and horse trails. Architecture is di-
fore many other locations in Granite Bay. verse and inconsistent, in contrast with
These were stops when nothing was other Granite Bay subdivisions where
between Auburn and Sacramento, Taylor such things are governed by committees. what she says was a wave of young fami-
said. Some homes are modern and minimalist, lies coming to the area. She and her hus-
It was also swept up into the countrys some angular and dramatic, some Medi- band had two children in tow, and a third
railroad craze in the 1860s. The Sacra- terranean, some rustic. Many were built once they moved into the neighborhood.
mento, Placer and Nevada Railroad ran as ranch-style homes but have since been Her husband played in the neighborhood
through the property from Folsom almost added onto, subtracted from, remodeled as a child when visiting a friend who lived
up to Auburn. It was intended to cross the or altogether knocked down and rebuilt. there, and Taylor said he recalled the area
mountains, Becker said, until the Sierra Taylors home is tucked away beneath when they decided to move up north.
Pacific line out-built it to the south. trees and, from the front, is one of the For Taylor, as with many Hidden Valley
less-assuming houses in the neighbor- residents, the acreage and common land
HIDDEN VALLEY NOW hood. But out back, she has a pasture were selling points.
Today, the Maidu holes and a well built for her horse, Dot, as well as a vegetable When we bought the house, I walked
to signify the original stagecoach property garden and a chicken coop for her three right through the front door to the back,
are remnants of the lands past, as well as hens. A Southern California native, she because thats how I buy houses, she said.
a community clubhouse with rafters and moved to Hidden Valley in 1987 as part of Taylor is a veterinarian in Rocklin so

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Hidden Valley
by the Numbers
ONE acre: average lot size
THREE known groupings of
Maidu grinding holes on property
THREE lakes greater than
five acres each
THREE MILES of trails for hiking,
biking and horseback riding
SIX fenced horse pastures
SEVEN HOA board members
15 minutes from Folsom Lake
162 lots
192 acres of common property
400 acres, approximate area of
total neighborhood

At left: Hidden
naturally, the ability to have animals was
Valley has multiple
part of what drew her. She had a horse in entrances along
high school and said that the large lot size Auburn-Folsom
allowed her to get back into a passion she Road. Though it
isnt gated, the
thought shed outgrown in adulthood.
community is only
Placer County regulations allow resi- open to residents
dents here to have horses, chickens, al- and guests.
pacas and rabbits, in addition to the usual Above: Accord-
ing to another
cats and dogs. But with Folsom Lake only
longtime resident,
minutes away, residents get to experience Ron Becker, the
all sorts of different animals terrestrial, neighborhood
aquatic and avian. flanks Miners
Ravine for eight-
Its not exactly Walden Pond and not ex-
tenths of a mile.
actly home on the range, but Hidden Valley PHOTOS BY
falls somewhere, happily, in the middle. MACKENZIE MYERS

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HO M ETOWN HER OES

A piece of
paradise
BY MACKENZIE MYERS Tesla frontman Jeff Keith talks
Granite Bay then and now

Right now Jeff Keith is probably


on a bus with the rest of his
band, Tesla, touring the country
with other 80s rock giants Def
Leppard and Poison. They began
Mays schedule on the eastern
seaboard and are working
their way back up to the Pacific
Northwest in June, so theyre
probably somewhere near North
Dakota or maybe Nebraska
at the time of this magazines
publication in May. But when
Keith, 58, spoke to the Granite
Bay View a few weeks ago from
his home off Cavitt Stallman,
his heart was right here.
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Frontman Jeff
continued from page 16 Keith rocks out on
tour with Tesla.
RAISING AWARENESS COURTESY PHOTO

Keith is best known for being the


frontman of Sacramento-born heavy
metal band Tesla, which formed in 1983
and was originally called City Kidd. But
when hes not writing songs or belting
them out, he cares for the community he
calls home. Over the years, hes rescued
abandoned animals, played fundraising
concerts for animal advocacy groups and
organized the annual Jeff Keith Ride for
Reason, raising money to help foster kids
in greater Sacramento.
Ride for Reason wrapped its sixth year
last October, but Keith said theyve re-
cently turned their focus toward children
coming of age. When a foster child turns
18 and stops receiving aid from the state,
he or she can be left adrift without a clear
idea of where to head next.
Sometimes those are the ones who
In 77, I started driving a septic
tank truck. I was coming down over
is different than what the area is today.
Keith recalled riding dirt bikes and walk-
ing dogs on two-lane roads before there
the hill, hauling a septic tank to
need the most help, he said. Were all were bike paths and multi-lane boule-
Mystery Creek. I saw a row of houses
coming together and showing the kids vards. Places now developed used to be
and went, Ah! If I could ever buy a
we care. pastures for livestock. Green hillsides are
house, thinking Id never buy a
Initially the organization wanted to covered in houses. Coyotes and other
take foster kids for a ride on the motorcy-
cles, but that presented a liability issue.
house Id buy that one.

Jeff Keith, lead singer for the band Tesla
wildlife are being driven from habitats,
which is the biggest concern surrounding
So now, Keith and other motorcycle en- development for the animal lover.
thusiasts ride together to raise money for where he attended high school and was a
Martins Achievement Place and other part of Future Farmers of America. After ROLLING WITH THE CHANGES
foster care groups, helping fund activi- graduating, he moved back to George- Though he and his family attended
ties that can bring a feeling of normalcy town. Granite Bay entered the picture, meetings in the community to try to
to kids lives. somewhat faintly and serendipitously, stop developments from going in, Keith
I appreciate bringing awareness to around the late 70s. maintains a level-headed view of the
things and making people look and say, In 77, I started driving a septic tank changes around his home. In fact, they
What can we do here? he said. Ive truck, he said. I was coming down over attend the church built on a cow pasture
been in this band for 30 years now. Ive the hill, hauling a septic tank to Mystery near his house that they tried to keep
always had this card in my back pocket. Creek. I saw a row of houses and went, Ah! from being built.
If I could ever buy a house, thinking Id I know that people are concerned
SMALL-TOWN BOY never buy a house Id buy that one. with development and its pretty crazy
Not so long ago, Keith was a kid him- how fast and aggressive the development
self in Northern California, though he THEN AND NOW has become, but thats progression, you
did go back and forth between here and Turns out, Keith lives in one of those know? he said. Its like with anything
other places throughout his childhood. houses he never thought hed buy, with in life, you have to be ready to negotiate
Born in Texarkana, Arkansas, he moved his wife Vera, their three children and and navigate the unexpected.
to Georgetown, between Auburn and Pla- two dogs. He moved in while the area Regardless of what comes up or goes
cerville, at age 2. was still considered Roseville, before the down in Granite Bay, Keith is always glad
It was a small little town and the most Sacramento Kings came to town in 1985. to return.
we had was, like, two stores, three bars, a Which is good because that was prob- I like my house right here with no gate.
gas station and a post office, he said. So ably the only way they were going to let And with the memory loss, Id probably
I never had the dream of growing up and me into Granite Bay, he said. forget my gate code if I had one, he said.
being a rock star. Like many who have lived here for a Its my own paradise. Im so happy that
At 11, he moved to Idabel, Oklahoma while, his memory of Northern California when I come home, this is where I am.

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IN MEMO RY

Granite Bay View COURTESY PHOTO

founder dies at 79
BY GRAHAM WOMACK
Granite Bay founder
Janice Freeman with he
Janice Freeman led colorful life, Chocolate Labrador, Sa
r
owned magazine for 13 years ge.

G
rowing up, Sherry Hershberger al- The woman who never lost her sense of
ways knew Janice Freeman as her fun, who never stopped living life her own
She always said, Your mom had
fun, crazy aunt.
Hershbergers mother and Freemans
older sister Freda Fay Eveleigh had gone
way and who founded the Granite Bay
View in 1989, leading it for 13 years be-
fore selling to Gold Country Media, died
the kids and I had the career.

Sherry Hershberger, niece of Janice Freeman

a traditional route for women of her era, March 9 at a nursing home in Carmichael. Freemans final years were a far cry from
marrying young and having nine chil- Janice Freeman was 79. her early adulthood when she once sailed
dren. Freeman refused this path, turning Freemans health had deteriorated in re- around the world, or that time she adopt-
down a marriage her father arranged in cent years, after having a pacemaker and ed a domesticated half-wolf, Sabrina.
the 1950s, serving in the U.S. Navy and heart stints installed in the past decade We would go, Aunt Marie, whats a
eventually becoming a journalist. and suffering a stroke in early 2015. Jessi- domesticated wolf? said Hershberger,
She always said, Your mom had the kids ca Dutra, a longtime friend, said Freeman referring to Freeman by the name family
and I had the career, Hershberger said. required 24-hour care thereafter, mov- members called her. Friends in California,
ing from Roseville to the nursing home, where Freeman lived much of her adult
though shed still find time to steal away. life, knew her as Janice.
She wasnt supposed to leave the She founded the Granite Bay View rel-
grounds of the nursing home, but of atively late in her professional life. Born
course she did because thats who she June 9, 1937 in Watertown, New York, Free-
is, said Dutra, who added that she would man attended Temple University from
take her friend to the Sacramento River, 1963 to 1966, where she studied journal-
an area she loved. ism and publishing, becoming a crime re-
porter thereafter.
It was kind of negative, Freeman told
the Granite Bay View for its 20th anni-
versary issue in 2009. I like things that
are uplifting.

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I used to plug it as: this is the
piece you put on the coffee table
and people did. I feel very satisfied
that I created something thats still
going strong. Thats my lifes work
right there.

Janice Freeman, Granite Bay View founder

She moved to Northern California in


the late 1970s, where she lived first in a
Midtown Sacramento Victorian and then
on 10 acres in El Dorado County.
She founded an advertising mailer for
the Cameron Park and Shingle Springs area
in 1981 with a friend, Deidre Daugherty.
This eventually became a weekly newspa-
per, Scenes of the Mother Lode, which
published until 1987 and was absorbed
into the Mountain Democrat newspaper.
Daugherty said Freemans intelligence
had struck her when they met. In time, she recruited friends like Daugh- Freeman had few regrets in life, Dutra said.
She had a pretty amazing mind, erty, who said she was impressed with Free- I think the only regret she had was giv-
Daugherty said. I could ask her anything. mans skills. ing up the View, Dutra said.
After Freeman moved on from her El She was able to get people to relax Freemans friends will gather for a pri-
Dorado County publication, she initially enough to open up and talk, Daugherty vate memorial in early June, just before
moved to Florida to be with her mother, said. what would have been her 80th birthday.
vowing to find other professional pur- Dutra knew how much the magazine Her obituary, published in Gold Country
suits, the 2009 retrospective noted. meant to Freeman. Media newspapers on March 17, request-
Freemans friend Rusty Manly, who She was really proud of the View, Dutra ed that donations be made in her memory
owned Straw Hat Pizza on Auburn Folsom said. She loved that magazine. to any animal rescue or wolf foundation.
Road, persuaded her to change her mind Freeman said as much in 2009. People might think of wolves when they
after she returned to the area. I used to plug it as: this is the piece you think of Freeman for a reason which seems
He felt that Granite Bay was ripe for its put on the coffee table and people did, fitting, given the way she lived her life.
own publication, Daugherty said. Freeman said. I feel very satisfied that I When gonzo journalist Hunter S.
In those days, Granite Bay was scarcely created something thats still going strong. Thompson died in 2005, he left in-
more than unincorporated rural land near Thats my lifes work right there. structions that friends fire his ashes
Loomis and Roseville. But much was also Following her sale of the magazine to from a cannon. In accordance with
changing in the community, with Granite Gold Country Media in 2002, Freeman ser- her wishes, Freemans ashes will be
Bay getting its name and first community ved as a consultant for a few years to ease mixed with those of Sabrina, her
plan around the time Freeman launched the transition, the 2009 retrospective noted. former domesticated half-wolf.
the publication in 1989. Beyond that, she continued to write
Granite Bay was just a nice place that freelance articles elsewhere geared around
was out by the lake, Freeman said in travel. She also enjoyed fishing, golf and
2009. And the (Roseville) Press Tribune boating, was an avid bird watcher and had
newspaper wasnt covering a lot of events a longtime interest in spirituality.
in Granite Bay, so they really wanted their
own paper.
Drawing on her past success with direct
mail publishing, Freeman began a maga-
zine that was sent to every house in Gran-
ite Bay, as it still is. She initially wrote all the
articles, took all the photographs and sold
every ad, with Freeman telling the maga-
zine in 2009, I was a one-man show.

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TRAV EL V I EW

Seattle I
t didnt take me a week in Seattle and its
many intriguing areas to realize theres
a mind-blowing natural beauty to the
region. But a week is what my wife and I
had, and at the end of it we felt there were
so many more things to explore than we
had time for.
A summertime playground One of our first observations regarding
Seattle was water its everywhere. And
BY JEFFREY WEIDEL were not talking about the ocean, which
is a long, arduous drive from Seattle and
theres not much to see once you get there.
A local travel Save that trip for the beautiful and acces-
writer visits the sible California and Oregon coastlines.
Seattles waterways are inlets, lakes, riv-
Emerald City ers and one humongous sound. Yet the
funny thing we discovered with many
Seattle natives is that they often have no
idea what nearby waterways are called.
The most common answer Oh, thats
the (Puget) Sound was convenient, be-
cause the Sound spans 100 miles in length
and 10 miles wide, but often incorrect.
Still, water is what makes Seattle so intrin-
sically beautiful.
Speaking of water, I suggest visiting Se-
attle in the summer. The city gets roughly
155 days of rain each year, and most of
that comes mid-October through June
when the temperatures often range from
the mid-40s to the high 50s, and the sun
makes infrequent appearances. If youre
not a fan of dreary, damp weather, visit
Seattle in July, August or September.
Known as the Emerald City for Wash-
ingtons lush green forests, Seattle is fair-
ly clean, with generally polite but not ex-
tremely outgoing people. It has a cheap,
efficient light rail train ideal for getting
in and out of the touristy downtown area
Known as the or catching a ride to a busy airport. The
Emerald City Seattle regional economy is strong, be-
for its lush green ing the home base for Boeing, Starbucks,
forests, Seattle is
Amazon.com, Costco and Microsoft. The
ideal for summer
tourism. University of Washington in Seattle re-
COURTESY PHOTO ceives more federal research money than
any other school in the country.
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continued from page 22

Given so many places to visit


in the Seattle region, here are a
few suggestions:

Space Needle Above: Mount Mount Rainier National Pa


Rainier is the
A visit to Seattle isnt complete highest peak in Another icon in the sky, this majestic,
without seeing the citys skyline Washington, some glacier-capped mountain is 14,410 feet
from this vantage point which, at 54 miles southeast high. Adding to its overall beauty, Mount
of Seattle.
605 feet, happens to be the tallest COURTESY PHOTO
Rainier may be snow-covered during a
building west of the Mississippi. A summer visit, because often times the
Below: A view of
design marvel, the Space Needle downtown Seattle white stuff sticks around until mid-July
observation deck sits at 520 feet and from a ferry boat. at 5,000 to 8,000 feet.
treats visitors to a 360-degree view of The Ferris Wheel A visit to Mount Rainier and different
is another tourist
the downtown and far beyond. areas of the park can be enjoyable, but
attraction,
Theres nothing to rave about on called the Seattle only experienced climbers should con-
the menu at the Space Needle restau- Great Wheel. sider a hike to the top, with 9,000 feet
rant, where the food and drinks are PHOTO BY JEFF WIEDEL of vertical climbing and a distance of
overpriced. But dining here is highly eight miles. And just because its sum-
recommended, for the novelty of eat- mer doesnt mean the weather wont be
ing and drinking at 500 feet in one of unpredictable a change can happen
the worlds two revolving restaurants. quickly, resulting in high winds and even
Every seat in the dining room offers
an unobstructed view of the city. You
might even be dining next to some-
one famous SkyCity restaurant
guests have included Elvis Presley,
Mike Myers, Demi Moore, Melanie
Griffith, John Travolta, Vanna White,
Michael Douglas and many more.
Its unsurprising that most people
prefer to take the elevator; the alter-
native is 848 steps from the bottom
of the basement to the top of the
Observation Deck.

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Woodinville
Washingtons premiere wine region

C alifornians love their wine. Well,


guess what so do people in
Washington, and they know quite
cases. Fidelitas benefits from the
experience and knowledge of owner
and winemaker Charlie Hoppes. He is
a bit about the art of winemaking. one of Washingtons most respected
Washington is the second largest winemakers and brings over a quarter-
premium wine (wines sold for $8 or century of knowhow to every bottle.
higher) producer in the U.S., trailing
only California. The gem of Woodinville wine country
is historic Chateau Ste. Michelle, which
Located 30 miles northwest of Seattle, dates back to the 1930s and the repeal
Woodinville Wine Country features 108 of prohibition. Chateau Ste. Michelle
wineries and tasting rooms. The region is not only the regions largest winery,
al Park is associated with wine, yet also has but the largest in Washington. It uses
eight microbreweries, distilleries and approximately two of every three grapes
a blizzard. Those not in good physical
cider-producing locations. Situated in that grow in Washington and many of
condition or dressed properly are head-
the gorgeous Sammamish River Valley, them go toward its Riesling selections.
ed for trouble. Each year the mountain
Woodinville is a major foodie area as Chateau Ste. Michelles annual Riesling
claims the lives of a few climbers.
well, with restaurants open year-round production is the most in the world.
Still, a visit can be a wonderful expe-
and regularly pouring local wines for
rience. The parks website says the scale
lunch, happy hour or dinner. The winery estate resides on regal
and character of Mount Rainier is more grounds that are immaculately
akin to an Alaskan or Andean peak. An While Woodinville is a beautiful area maintained, and the buildings are
active volcano, Mount Rainier is the most to visit, dont expect to see rows and stately as well. The folks at Chateau
glaciated peak in the contiguous U.S., rows of vines like Napa. Practically all Ste. Michelle say they have combined
spawning six major rivers. Subalpine of the Woodinville wineries grow their Old World winemaking traditions with
wildflower meadows ring the icy volcano grapes in the warm, arid climate of New World innovation. They maintain
while ancient forest cloaks Mount Raini- Eastern Washingtons Columbia Valley. two separate state-of-the-art wineries,
ers lower slopes. Wildlife abounds in the The sandy, gravelly soil is ideal for one for red wines in Canoe Ridge Estate
parks ecosystems. planting vines and growing grapes. The winery in Eastern Washington, and one
Columbia Valley receives protection from for whites in Woodinville.
Seattles marine climate by the Cascade
Ferry riding Mountains. The valley temperatures are
There are 28 vessels that serve 10 routes typically the mid-80s during the summer,
in Seattle and the surrounding area, mak- a contrast to the Seattle region, which
ing this one of the nations largest ferry doesnt get in the 80s too often.
systems. Visitors can drive, walk or bike
on a ferry leaving Bremerton or Bain- When my wife and I visited, we tasted
bridge Island destination Seattles Pier some terrific wine from both Fidelitas
and Efeste, a family-owned winery
52 and the downtown area. Views are ex-
with a sizable tasting room. Efeste
cellent during the summer months, the
makes 16 to17 different wines per
waterways are rarely choppy and its an-
year that results in 12,000 to 14,000
other cool way to view Seattle.
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Seattles waterways, snaking from
and around Puget Sound, are
integral to the citys natural beauty.
COURTESY PHOTO

Bellevue
The Pike Place Market is a popular Located across Lake Washington from Seattle, this hip metropolitan area has been
destination for tourists and locals.
called the boomburb. The second largest city center in Washington state, Bellevue was
Pikes is downtown, a public farmers
market that got its start in 1907. named No. 1 in CNNMoneys list of the best places to live and launch a business in 2008.
PHOTO BY JEFF WEIDEL Six years later, USA Today ranked Bellevue as the second-best place to live in the U.S.
Apparently people were listening, because 145 companies have located in Bellevue,
including major players like Expedia, T-Mobile, Microsoft and Nintendo.
continued from page 25
Bellevue is a picturesque, clean, well-designed city with lots of culture, including
the Bellevue Arts Museum, Bellevue Botanical Garden, Mercer Slough Nature Park and
Pike Place Market other great attractions. Inspired by European-style shopping, The Shops at the Bravern
Part of the eclectic downtown scene, has beautiful architecture, gorgeous flowerbeds, fountains and fashionable places to
the area is a cool place to hang out, peo- shop like Neiman Marcus, Gucci, Prada, Jimmy Choo and Louis Vuitton.
ple-watch, grab a cup of coffee at the If youre looking for something low-key, try Meydenbauer Beach Park. Situated in
original Starbucks (beware of long lines), downtown Bellevue on the shores of Lake Washington, the 2.5-acre park is ideal for
sample a microbrew (Old Stove Brewery walking or spreading out a blanket and having a picnic.
was my favorite), and browse through
the public farmers market. Started in
1907, the maze-like market features al- Beneath the Streets
leys, lower levels and stairways, and one This is a great way to absorb a little
can experience sensory overload with its bit of Seattle history. It only takes an hour
aromas, tastes and textures. and $17 ($10 for kids) to view three city
A nine-acre historic district, Pikes is blocks of Seattles original neighborhood,
close to the waterfront and is a terrific Pioneer Square.
place to sample fresh fish and seafood The underground passageways were
from the Pacific Northwest and Alaskan constructed in the 1890s, but gradually
waters. Bring an appetite, because there fell out of use after the city streets were
are more than 80 restaurants and shops elevated and a new ground floor was
that specialize in various food items, in- established on higher ground, eventually
cluding donuts. The shopping options making Pioneer Square obsolete. Knowl-
are plentiful as well, with specialty out- edgeable guides have informative and
lets, secondhand stores with collectibles funny tales to tell about this era in the
and handmade art. citys history.
The market also hosts several street
performers and homeless panhandlers,
Passageways beneath Seattles oldest
though they arent aggressive like the Jeffrey Weidel is a freelance writer from
neighborhood, Pioneer Square, were
ones in San Francisco. Taking the light the Sacramento region. To contact him, constructed in the 1890s.
rail is easier than finding a parking space. email skiweidel@gmail.com. COURTESY PHOTO

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1 6882 Brandy Circle, Granite Bay 95746-6241 $415,000


2 301 Cardiff Court, Granite Bay 95746-7217 $825,000
3 4769 Copperfield Circle, Granite Bay 95746-6626 $755,000
4 9848 Cranleigh Drive, Granite Bay 95746-6656 $765,000
5 6650 Crown Point Vista Road, Granite Bay 95746-9665 $1,050,100
6 4041 Daggett Drive, Granite Bay 95746-6473 $691,000
7 4732 Dickens Drive, Granite Bay 95746-6638 $750,000
8 8342 Hillgrove Street, Granite Bay 95746-6030 $386,000
9 7732 Lakeshore Drive, Granite Bay 95746-6966 $700,000
10 5695 Lions Cross Circle, Granite Bay 95746-9026 $1,150,000
11 9920 Los Lagos Circle North, Granite Bay 95746-5830 $1,489,000
12 1122 Muirfield Drive, Granite Bay 95746-7166 $649,000
13 4748 Northglen Street, Granite Bay 95746-6040 $395,000
14 5307 Olive Ranch Road, Granite Bay 95746-9407 $355,000
15 6605 Stonehedge Court, Granite Bay 95746-8106 $635,000
16 9610 Swan Lake Drive, Granite Bay 95746-6601 $640,500
17 7207 Treeline Court, Granite Bay 95746-6550 $840,000
18 5002 Tiffany Point, Granite Bay 95746-7184 $1,005,000
19 9830 Village Center Drive, Granite Bay 95746-6690 $625,000 8
20 8265 West Hidden Lakes Drive, Granite Bay 95746-8703 $669,000
21 7415 Willow Lane, Granite Bay 95746-7326 $705,000
22 312 Winged Foot, Granite Bay 95746-6768 $1,100,000

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Saturday, May 20, is a date worthy of


a reservation on the calendar. The 2017
Garden Tour is hosted once again in the
luxurious community of Los Lagos. Wan-
dering though lush gardens in the spring
sunshine is an anticipated annual event
for many in Granite Bay and neighboring
areas.
Each year the Los Lagos Garden Tours
proceeds go toward benefiting a different
charitable organization. Seniors First is
the beneficiary of the occasion this year
and will assist in their mission to provide
long-term support and services to help
Placer County older adults maintain their
independence and thrive.
Its a relaxing day, Stephanie Viers-
tra, development director of Seniors First
said.
The tour consists of five home-gardens
filled with extravagance and are unique.
Each stop has live music, catered-food

Neighborhood
and wines from a variety of local restau-
rants and wineries. No two are the same,
making each garden a new experience.

beauty
People will stay all day. They really
make a day of it, said Vierstra. They (the
gardens) are all really different.
From ethereal gardens of vines and
green grasses to koi ponds and stunning
views, the featured gardens and homes
evoke a different atmosphere, such as
classic English terraces to Tuscan-in-
spired walkways
Los Lagos Garden Tour The homeowners who open their
homes are very hospitable, Vierstra said.
BY NOELLE KONRAD
Tickets are sold for $35 or $40 the day
of, which includes the cost of the entire

Annual event
garden tour transportation, food, liba-
tions and all-day leisure.
to help fund It appeals to everybody, said Viers-

Seniors First tra. Its a great way to help people at the


same time.
Tickets can be purchased ahead of
time online or the morning of the Garden
Tour at the starting location of St. Joseph
Marello Church. Shuttles will bus groups
Where: 7200 Auburn Folsom Rd, Granite Bay, CA 95746 into the gated community of Los Lagos
When: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m., May 20 from the church starting at 10 a.m.
Tickets: $35, $40 the day of The Los Lagos Garden Committee
Email: info@seniorsfirst.org hosts this annual event for the better-
Website: loslagosgardentour.com ment of charity and the enjoyment of the
Rain or shine with no refunds. No pets allowed. community.
For further information, contact Stephanie Vierstra: 800-878-9222, extension 231.
PHOTOS BY NOELLE KONRAD

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MORE ABOUT
SENIORS FIRST
Seniors First seven unique
programs
Senior nutrition
Transportation
Adult day programs
Friendly visitors
Assisted living
placements
Home safety, repairs,
and modifications
Information and
assistance

The services that


Seniors First offer has
been unduplicated in
Placer Country since it
first began providing
programs in 1997.
They have contributed
an all-inclusive service
center for the older-adult
community. Their mission
is to assist in allowing
seniors maintain their
independence in their
day-to-day lives.
Each year over 80,000
different services are
provided, from nutrition
to transportation
to information and
assistance. Over 20,000
meals are served, 5,000
of which are delivered
directly to homes. 12,000
rides are administered for
errands, appointments,
and more. These are
only a few numbers that
emphasize the impact
Seniors First has on the
community for seniors
and their families.
There are several ways
the community can
contribute in the care of
local seniors. As stated on
Seniors First flyer, When
you donate money,
supplies, or your time,
youre helping us ensure
that thousands of seniors
remain healthy, happy,
and independent in their
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The Folsom Handcar Derby offers teams
from many local businesses, groups, and
charities a chance to compete and see who

BerryFest can get their handcar to cross the finish


line in the fastest time. There are other
competitions as well to showcase strength

13 Celebrating the harvest of the strawberry on Mothers Day weekend. Event and endurance of individuals. Event features
features strawberry treats, shopping, cooking demonstrations and live races by weight class for men, women and
APRIL bands. BerryFest is loaded with fun for the kids with Petting Zoo, Pony groups. Free admission. Proceeds benefit the
Rides, Princess Pageant, Strawberry Shortcake Eating Contest, Amazing Animal World, Folsom, El Dorado, Sacramento Historical
Nonstop shows on the Kids Caboose Stage, Aerial Assault Extreme Show and a full kids Railroad Association.
carnival and fun zone. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, May 13 and Sunday, May 14 at the
When: 9 a.m. Sunday, May 7
Placer County Fairgrounds, 800 All American City Boulevard in Roseville. Tickets are
Where: On the tracks in front of Broadstone
$10, seniors 60 and over and kids 6-12 $5, kids 5 and under free. Parking is $5. For more
Marketplace on East Bidwell Street in Folsom
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Ongoing events
ACCORDION SOCIETY MEETS COMPUTER BASICS HELP
Northern California Accordion Society meets from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Adults, bring your own device for help accessing e-books, social
Wednesdays at Lutheran Church of the Resurrection 6365 Douglas media, internet searching, email account set up. 4-5 p.m. Thursdays
Boulevard in Granite Bay. Cost is $2 for members and $3 for guests. at the Granite Bay Library, 6475 Douglas Boulevard in Granite Bay.
For more information, call David at (916) 806-6927. For more information call (916) 791-5590 to reserve a spot.

GLOVES AND SHOVELS GARDEN CLUB FOOD TRUCK MANIA!


Meets 10 a.m. the third Thursday of each month at From 5-8 p.m. the second Thursday of the month year-round.
Bushnells Garden Nursery, 5255 Douglas Boulevard in Granite Bay. Enjoy live music, food trucks including Squeeze Inn Roseville,
Free. For more information, email gloveandshovels@yahoo.com. Volkswaffle, Krush Burger, Chandos Tacos, OMG Yogurt, Simply
Southern Food, Cajun Wagon, An Honest Pie, Cowtown Creamery,
FARMERS MARKETS Hefty Gyros, Wandering Boba and Drewskis Hot Rod on Vernon
Foothill Farmers Market is year round from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Street in downtown Roseville. For more information visit
Tuesdays at Whole foods Market at the Fountains, Galleria Boulevard sactomofo.com
and East Roseville Parkway in Roseville. For more information, visit
foothillfarmersmarket.com. Kaiser Permanente Farmers Markets are ROSEVILLE DOWNTOWN TUESDAY NIGHTS
year round from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Wednesdays at Kaiser Clinic, From 5-9 p.m. Tuesdays May 2 through July 25 (except July 4)
1001 Riverside Avenue, in Roseville and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursdays at Vernon Street Town Square, 311 Vernon Street in Downtown
at 1600 Eureka Road in Roseville. For more information, visit Roseville. Free event, open to everyone, features live music with
hicksvilleacres@sbcglobal.net. Historic Folsom Farmers Market from Madison Hudson and Dylan Scott, wine, ale, food, shopping,
8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays at the Railroad Turntable and Public Plaza entertainment, kids zone, arts and crafts vendors. For more
in Historic Folsom. For more information, visit historicfolsom.org. information, visit downtownrosevilleevents.com.

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I LOVE THE 80S FUN RUN
Grab your headband, leg warmers, parachute pants and totally rad friends for the most
excellent adventure! Proceeds benefit at-risk youth recreation programs. The run takes off at
Harris Center
10 College Parkway, Folsom
9 a.m. Sunday, May 7 at Vernon Street Town Square in Historic Roseville. $45 to enter the (916) 608-6888, harriscenter.net
10K, $40 for the 5K and kids 14 and under are $35. For more information, visit roseville.ca.us/
events Evening of Dance
Presented by Folsom Lake College
DINOSAUR DAY AND SCIENCE FEST Department of Dance
From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 7 at Sierra College Tickets are $8-$15
Rocklin, Natural History Museum, 5000 Rocklin Road. Cost is 6 p.m. Thursday, May 4
$5 general, $2 students and seniors, museum members free. Mary Poppins
Proceeds benefit the Sierra College Natural History Museum. Presented by El Dorado Musical Theatre
For more information, call (916) 660-7926. Tickets are $21-$39
7 p.m. Friday, May 5
WINE DOWN WEDNESDAY 2 and 7 p.m. Saturday, May 6
From 5:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesdays through May 17 at Vernon Street Town Square in 2 and 6 p.m. Sunday, May 7
Historic Downtown Roseville. Cost is $10 each night or $50 season pass includes all 6 weeks 7 p.m. Thursday, May 11
and a souvenir wine glass. For more information, visit roseville.ca.us. 7 p.m. Friday, May 12
2 and 7 p.m. Saturday, May 13
FOOD TRUCK SAFARI 2 p.m. Sunday, May 14
From 5-8 p.m. Wednesday May 17 at Folsom City Zoo, 403 Stafford Street in Folsom. Live
Cyrano
music by Jimmy Ashley, bounce houses, face painting, and food trucks. Participating trucks Presented by Falcons Eye Theatre
are Sweet Spot, Baconmania, Smokers Wild, Happy Cow and many more. Presented by City of at Folsom Lake College
Folsom Parks & Recreation Department and Sactomofo. Tickets are $12-$18
7:30 p.m. Friday, May 5
ROSEVILLE QUILTERS GUILD PRESENTS: 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 6
OCEANS OF FABRIC, WAVES OF QUILTS 2 p.m. Sunday, May 7
From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, May 19 and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 11
Saturday, May 20 at the Lutheran Church of the Resurrection, 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 12
6365 Douglas Boulevard in Granite Bay. Admission is $7. Event features 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 13
quilts, vendors, basket raffle, boutique and door prizes. Refreshments 2 p.m. Sunday, May 14
and lunch available. For more information, visit rosevillequilters.org. Great Choruses:
Yanks and Brits
ROSEVILLES FRIDAY FLICKS PRESENTS MOANA Presented by Folsom Lake College
Grab a blanket, lawn chair and the family for a movie under the stars! In the square, weather Music Department
permitting. Free movie. Concessions available for purchase. 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 19 at Tickets are $10-$13.50
Vernon Street Town Square in Historic Roseville. For more information, visit roseville.ca.us/events 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 9
Keyboard Conversations
ROCK ART MYSTERIES with Jeffrey Siegel
Take a walk with through our historic site to observe petroglyphs by lantern light. Journey Presented by the Harris Center
back in time and explore ideas about the purpose of these mysterious symbols carved in Tickets are $9-$39
stone thousands of years ago. 8 p.m. Saturday, May 20 at Maidu Museum and Historic Site, 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 10
1970 Johnson Ranch Drive in Roseville. Museum doors open at 6:30 p.m. Tour is $6 per Great Composers
a person. For more information, call (916) 774-5934 or visit roseville.ca.us/events. Chamber Music
Presented by VITA Academy
Tickets are $22.50-$30
2 p.m. Sunday, May 14
Thats Entertainment
Presented by Placer Pops Chorale

Thunder Valley 1200 Athens Avenue, Lincoln


(877) 468-8777, thundervalleyresort.com
Tickets are $22.50-$40.50
7:30 p.m. Friday, May 19
2 p.m. Sunday, May 21

Jake Shimabukuro Gladiator Challenge: Contenders When You Wish Upon a Song
Presented by Voices of California
Innovative Ukelele Virtuoso MMA action for bragging rights
Tickets are $55-$150 Tickets are $12.50-$35
Tickets are $39.95-$49.95
7 p.m. Saturday, May 20 2 and 7 p.m. Saturday, May 20
7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 6
George Lopez Adam Trent
Legends of Soul Tribute Presented by Folsom Lake
Unforgettable Motown Hit The Trifecta: Comedian, Actor, Media Producer Community Concert Association
Tickets are $29.95-$37.95 Tickets are $39.95-$89.95 Tickets are $21-$45
7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 13 8 p.m. Friday, June 9 2 and 7 p.m. Sunday, May 28

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9320 Crocker Road, Granite Bay $757,000 4775 Vista Drive, Loomis $825,000 9350 Swan Court, Granite Bay $820,000
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and Separate Guest House.

MiChAEL Ann DEEs 916.390.1445 Cal BrE #01138911 PEArL hUBrED 916.474.1246 Cal BrE #01873727 PEArL hUBrED 916.474.1246 Cal BrE #01873727

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9959 Sierra College Blvd., Granite Bay $600,000 5907 Del Oro Road, Granite Bay $500,000 5866 Valle Vista Ct., Granite Bay $1,367,500
Nearly 5 acres of raw land in up and One story ranchette on Los Lagos, One Story, 1+ acre,
coming Roseville/Granite Bay Area. 3 Bdrm, office, stunning kitchen,
nearly an acre.
Prime location Opportunity Abounds infinity pool, backs to greenbelt.
shAnnon PErrY-sMiTh 916.223.3558 Cal BrE #01469360 roBYn CoPPEr 916.531.7442 Cal BrE #00902980 TAD ThoMPson 916.765.2200 Cal BrE #01034942

9257 Sierra College Boulevard, Suite A Granite Bay, CA 95746


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