Sunday in Lodi
Sunday in Lodi
I’m Ed Smith, a Lodi personal injury lawyer. Nothing compares to the spectacular winter activities like Lodi’s Festival of Trees or the Lodi Parade of Lights.
Spring and Summer in Lodi offers another pathway to beauty and good times. Don’t miss Lodi’s springtime festivals, great ice cream, regional wine, music and artwork.
Art and Ice Cream
If you like art and ice cream, be sure to visit Tony Segale’s Double Dip Gallery at 222 West Pine Street in Lodi. You will be impressed by the beautiful artwork in the gallery. Stroll around and view the local artwork hanging in this charming gallery.
Try a single or double scoop and get ready to enjoy the richest and most flavorful ice cream created by Gunther’s. The Gunther’s local brand is proud to be one of Northern California’s favorite ice cream for young and old alike. My staff and I enjoy a scoop of pistachio ice cream on a warm spring day.
If ice cream is a little to mild for you on a warm Spring day, keep in mind that Lodi boasts more than 150 years of winemaking.
Lodi is home to more than 80 wineries. The landscape is speckled with beauty due to 110,000 acres of breathtaking vineyards.
This area is said to have more wine grapes than its rival the Napa Valley Wine Country. So what are you waiting for?
Lodi Auto Accident and Personal Injury Lawyer
I’m Ed Smith, a Lodi personal injury lawyer. If you or someone you love becomes seriously hurt due to the negligence of another, please contact me today at (916) 921-6400 for free, friendly advice. You may also contact me toll free at (800) 404-5400. I have been assisting residents of Lodi recover compensation for their serious injuries since 1982.
Learn More About Me and my Friendly Staff
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I have a proven track record of excellent Verdicts and Settlements.
Visit my comprehensive personal injury information website: autoaccident.com
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