“Well, our adventure this Saturday started by us trying to find a place called the Rains house (the oldest house in Rancho Cucamonga), but when we found it, it was closed. So we traveled down route 66 (insert song here) and ended up in Rialto. In historic Rialto we found this free regional museum called the Cooper Museum. A very nice, but very small museum (but it was free!). They gave us cookies and told us we should go to the Graber house in Ontario. On the way to the Graber house we found the Ontario Historical Museum (it was free too, but we donated $5 dollars for the three of us). They had a permanent exhibit dedicated to the roadways of America and two temporary exhibits (dia del los muertos, and “”Hey, what’s going on?!””–the Vietnam War). Then it was off to the Graber House. The Graber house was established in 1894 and is one of the oldest canners of cured olives. So we went there and we took the factory tour and tasted some really yummy gourmet olive samples. We ended up buying a can of size 16 olives (biggest olives I have ever seen). Also, when we were there, the Vette club was in town, so that was cool to me (John). In all it was a great day, not exactly how we planned it, but it was fun.