A pleasant rural trip of about an hour a technique takes me to Chitactac-Adams Heritage County Park. This was traditionally the village of Chitactac, the dwelling website of members of the Ohlone tribe of Native Individuals for greater than a thousand years. It was later the positioning of the one room Adams schoolhouse, which was used from the 1850s to 1956.
There are various interpretive indicators on the self-guided stroll. This one exhibits the development of a Native American roundhouse:
There are a whole lot of attention-grabbing rock formations which include petroglyphs, although I didn’t discover any:
I did see some grinding rocks. Native Individuals used depressions in rocks as mortars to grind meals. There was an attention-grabbing signal explaining meals processing methods:
The path runs near Uvas creek, downstream from the place it flowed by way of our yard at our earlier home:
That is all in a reasonably location, positioned in a valley off the current Watsonville street:
Lovely interpretive heart harking back to Native American structure:
This was an pleasurable and attention-grabbing solution to spend a few hours (together with the bike trip) on a pleasant day.