What's the attraction: Foothill towns are a favorite thing of mine. With our tour guides, friends newly moved to the small town, we learned about the Sugg House. This house was built in 1857 by a freed slave, William Sugg. It is made with adobe bricks. The Sugg family occupied the home for 125 years.
As we meandered up and down Washington Street, we peeked into shop windows. Many are antique or apparel shops. There are great little galleries seeded throughout. We stood above a little creek that trickled through the middle of town. It was quite serene. The main street is clean and people are friendly. We had breakfast at an Italian restaurant, Christopher's Ristorante. I had the best omelet I think I have ever had. The kids' and husband's pancakes were huge.
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