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Full Blown Rose blooms on pioneer ranch barn

Full Blown Rose can be viewed from Hwy. 29 at Mile Marker 36, located near Renfro Drive, Kelseyville. The red and white barn stores hay for Robert McIvor, a cattle rancher from the Bay Area. The 100 year old building … Continue reading

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Blazing Sun greets each new day on Main Street in Kelseyville

Sid McCloud and Patti Lyndall are the owners of Blazing Sun, another quilt block that joins the Lake County Quilt Trail.  Located on the northern corner of 3rd Street and Main, Kelseyville, the Brick Tavern was established by pioneers in … Continue reading

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‘54-40 or Fight’ Expands the Lake County Quilt Trail

Steele Winery has chosen quilt block pattern ’54- 40 or Fight’ to be included in the Lake County Quilt Trail. It was recently installed on the northwest corner of the wine tasting building facing the street and parking area. Anytime … Continue reading

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Farmer’s Daughter celebrates three generations of landowners

The Lake County Quilt Trail project places painted quilt squares on highly visible barns and buildings throughout Lake County. It’s an agricultural and tourism project designed to promote and celebrate our community pride. Floraine Saderlund Chalk selected Farmer’s Daughter to … Continue reading

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Lemoyne Star, a quilt block is hung on Lakeport Main Street

The LeMoyne Star, a variation, hangs on the north side of 401 North Main Street, Lakeport. Peggy Campbell is the building owner and conducts her CPA business there. A long-time quilter, along with her own mother and daughter, she worked … Continue reading

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Classic Hawaiian Quilt Block Pattern joins the Lake County Quilt Trail

A classic barn sits amid a beautifully maintained vineyard, lush in summer. The barn is located at 2505 Soda Bay Road, Kelseyville and owned by David and Bonnie Weiss. The Lake County Quilt Trail artistic team has created a two … Continue reading

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Kelseyville Pear Festival Inaugurates the Lake County Quilt Trail

Slow down and enjoy the countryside view on Highway 29 between Kelseyville and Lakeport. A new and unique burst of color now hangs on the Hill Creek Ranch barn amid 4 ½ acres planted with wine grapes and 48 olive … Continue reading

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Simple, yet bold and dramatic quilt block joins the Lake County Quilt Trail

Big Valley Properties and Peter Windrem Law Offices have joined the Lake County Quilt Trail project. The 17th quilt block of the LCQT county-wide project is “Amish Center Diamond.” Kathy Windrem and Anna Macomber selected the pattern and chose deep … Continue reading

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Big Oak Ranch Blazing Star

Brian Fisher and J.B. Ballesteros, owners of Big Oak Ranch, have added their rustic barn to the Lake County Quilt Trail. Located at 4595 Gaddy Lane, Kelseyville, the quilt block can be seen from the road as one drives north … Continue reading

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‘Peace and Plenty’ added to Lake County pioneers’ 1886 barn

Lake County News: http://lakeconews.com/content/view/14578/919/ “KELSEYVILLE – “Peace and Plenty,” the latest quilt barn block to become part of the Lake County Quilt Trail hangs on the historic Old Gaddy Ranch barn located at 4550 Soda Bay Road, Kelseyville. The vibrantly … Continue reading

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