Geyserville From The Air
In August 2001 I had a chance to quickly fly over the Vineyard Club and Sonoma county
in a small airplane. Here are some pictures I took.
The orange arrow points to our house by the Vineyard Club lake. You can see the island in the middle
of the lake, and the clubhouse and beach to the right of the tennis courts.
Here is a shot looking almost straight down at our house. It's hard to see because
it's nestled in and underneath giant live oak trees.
In this photo the orange arrow points to the club house.
Here's another shot looking back south at the lake, the arrow points to our house.
In the background is the Russian river, Alexander Valley, and the town of
Geyserville nestled against 101 and the foothils at top center.
This view is looking north from the Alexander valley towards Cloverdale. On the right you
can see the Russian River, note how narrow the water is in the summer compared
to how wide the gravel river bed is from Winter flooding. On the left side is U.S. 101.
Lastly, here's a shot 40 miles west, on the coast, looking south at the Russian River
meeting the Pacific Ocean at Jenner.