Monday, March 2, 2015

A trip to Temecula

Last week while visiting cousins in San Diego, CA, Hubby and I took a day trip to Temecula.

Once a stage coach town, the Old Town Temecula area is a delightful mix of shops, antique stores and restaurants.  We especially enjoyed the new Museum and we stopped at the Old Town Root Beer Company for root beer floats.  (Yum!)  

 In the newer part of town we made sure to stop in at the Temecula Quilt Shop.  Such a cute shop!  I had the chance to chat with owner Sheryl Johnson and share a couple photos of quilts I have made from designs she has shared on her blog.  She told me that she's working on a new mystery quilt that will be out fairly soon.

The area is booming as a wine region, and after we left the quilt shop we stopped at a couple wineries. What lovely scenery!  The vines are bare for the winter right now, but I can just imagine how lovely they will look in the summer.

1 comment:

  1. I do love a good mystery quilt - I signed for Temecula's newsfeed ;-)
    I supposed to be focusing on finishes, but hers looks like a medallion mystery. hmm, I may be persuaded!