Conversation with a coworker who lives about a mile from us.
Coworker: When the weather was nice a couple weekends ago we went out to the wineries and had a picnic.
Coworker: Yeah, you know out Jefferson. (The street we both live off of)
Me: There are Wineries out Jefferson? How far?
Coworker: About 15 minutes. So anyway we were having a picnic and...
Me: Wait, you're telling me there are wineries 15 minutes from my house?
Coworker: Yeah. We we're...
Me: 15 minutes away... there are wineries?
So guess what we did this weekend. We were originally looking for Bogle, which you may be familiar with (You can get their wine in most grocery and drug stores, very fancy I know). On the way we found The Old Sugar Mill.
Inside are several tasting rooms for various wineries (I'm guessing small ones). They we're having an event with food and tango demonstrations. And it was all in this amazing old building. It looks like they're renovating the rest of it and I can't wait to see what goes in there.
On our way to Bogle we went through the actual town (village, hamlet?) of Clarksburg. It was eensy tiny and had a lot of boarded up buildings. But we saw this cool old fire engine and decided we needed to stop.