Sisters Connie Wright, Lori McGuire, and Jeanne Lewis, remember their pear farming parents.
One of 75 quilt blocks in Lake County.
In the 1920s the shed’s location was the world’s largest pear drying yard.
The sail boat is used to symbolize the “passing” from our earthly life to the ethereal spirit life.
This is a classic traditional quilt pattern done in bright red.
The very first quilt block in California!
Squash Blossom was hung on this beautiful Ellis Ranch red barn, built in 1887.
Star Chain represents the community at CCHAP and the Senior Service Program.
The quilt block is filled with green and blue colors reminders of renewal each spring and blue skies
Three Cheers is on the side of the Soper-Reese Community Theatre.
The first quilt block hung on the north short of Clear Lake.
Placed on a barn built in the 1920s.