Many people in Amador County (and surrounding areas) do not have access to reliable broadband Internet services. There is significant demand for these services, but the current infrastructure does not serve that demand.
(Please note that satellite-based internet systems such as Starband, DirectPC/HugesNet, and WildBlue are not true broadband due to significant performance and compatibility limitations.)
Central Sierra Connect (http://centralsierraconnect.org) is engaged in an effort to bring expanded broadband internet access to our area. If you are interested in this effort, you should check out their web site–there are several interesting reports on their site, including an in-depth discussion of broadband demand (and the extent to which the demand is not being served) in our area.⇒ Read More...
Keith Breazeal is a longtime Amador County resident specializing in action video, video production, and professional photography.
You can visit Keith's Gold Country photo gallery to see his latest works.
I hope you enjoy the photos as much as I enjoyed taking them.
I hopped off my motorcycle and snapped a few photos. I hope you enjoy them.
I just returned from a visit to Daffodil Hill today. It's my first time since moving to Amador County years ago - seems like every time I remember the event, the flowers have disappeared, and I must await next year's event.
Not this time! I finally made it, and here are some photos from my visit.⇒ Read More...
Photo courtesy of Keith Breazeal
Unsurprising to those of us who live here - Progressive Farmer magazine rates Amador County among the best places to live in 'rural' America.
It's a great place to visit, too. Amador County visitors and residents alike know that we have beautiful views, gentle foothills, sweeping vistas, mountain lakes, rivers, streams, vineyards, and so much more.
Butte Mountain is off in the distance. It seems as if we are flying along with the bird.
Photo Courtesy of Keith Breazeal Video Productions