RE: [NUTS] Redwood Creek Wines
Jerry is correct. Redwood Creek and the Redwood Creek logo are registered trademarks of E. & J. Gallo Winery.
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Sent: Wednesday, July 25, 2007 4:48 PM
Subject: Re: [NUTS] Redwood Creek Wines
If the label says Modesto-99% chance that it comes from Gallo Winery. Probably no such winery as Redwood Creek.
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From: thrak <thrak@pacbell. net>
Rounded to N 36 11.936 W 112 15.039
The "-" sign that was messing you up simply means West rather than East
The coordinates translate to:
N 36 11.9363 W 112 15.0386
Blonde & Dangerous wrote:
Just wondering if anyone knows what Redwood Creeks Winery is up too?
Mom called me yesterday from Tahoe where she is escaping from the heat and
said that when they purchased a bottle of Chardonney she noticed printed on
the cork was this:
Adventure Trail #27
Point Sublime (with arrow pointing right)
1. 36° 11'94* Lat.
2. -112° 15'04* Long.
3. Admire Grand Canyon
I went to Redwoodcreek. com and am still clueless. Although they really
really advocate going out and enjoying nature. For that I give them 5
stars. Mom says the Chardonney is really quite good also.
So, my question is:
1. What are they up to? Perhaps a Virtual Cache?
2. What do the Co-0rds point too and how do I translate them to WGS 84, so
that I can enter them into my Legend CX? the -112 and the *'s are throwing
Do you think they might like to help with GeoWoodstock VI? Okay, maybe
not, but they are out of Modesto . (I know, that's a silly idea, but perhaps
a possibility nonetheless. )
Mom also said that other bottles had different information on them.
The Blonde of
Blonde & Dangerous