It’s springtime in Napa which means mustard flower and cleanup piles. I have always found Napa to be a spectacularly beautiful place. But, I’ve always found the views away from the large commercial wineries to be my favorites. The side roads and country in between the touristy places can take your breath away. Napa is truly the most beautiful big time small town in Nor Cal and I never ever get tired of it in any season.
The California Auto Museum, in downtown Sacramento, is boasting its Micro Car exhibit for the first time in seven years with what looks like double the micro cars on display! They were even hosting a clever Micro Cars and Micro Brews event the evening we visited. The museum underwent a refresh a few years back and I am happy to see it is alive and well.
The museum typically has a roaming exhibit (Micro Cars in this case), a race car exhibit, muscle car area, historical vehicles, and an area with cars on consignment (to help fund the museum itself and to hopefully fund some heat/air conditioning.)
It is also fun to see the addition of an area for children with several auto related activities which was a bonus for my little boy. Zoom. Zoom.
Spring is finally happening here in Northern California. It’s been lovely to get out and run around a little bit after what seems like months of rain. All good for the state of our drought in California…Enjoy a photographic representation of Fresh Air.