Last Sunday Deborah was so kind as to lead our birding expedition (2 cars, 4 photographers) to sites she frequents at the Colusa National Wildlife Refuge and the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge that she might have converted me to a wanna be birder. Never thought birding would be so much fun finding and photographing different species of birds in their natural habitats. The snow geese taking off in flight by the hundreds was a sight to see and astoundingly, the sound to hear (almost like a jet engine taking off).
Having so much fun takes energy so by 12:30 p.m. we were famished and Deborah led us to a well known restaurant in Williams, CA where the Colusa National Wildlife Refuge is located. Small town feel but big time place to go when you’re there. Granzella’s was very cozy with a fireplace and the food was satisfying; just the place to get warm from the nippy temperatures outside. I took these door shots with my cellphone so they are not framed or cropped well.
Follow the signs.
Nope, still no entry here, no doorknob:
I think this is the door; nope, still no doorknob:
This is it!
This was the restaurant but they had a deli, ice cream shop, wine shop and gift shop in this building established in 1976.
Coincidentally, across the street I noticed that Granzella’s had a gourmet and gift shop and administrative offices.
Well, Williams seems like a good place for a doorscursion (more than Granzella’s here) and it has a good touch of Americana (like the photo we set out to catch and actually captured on the expedition).
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