Can be easily seen by visitors of winery and restaurant. Dial is located on the deck of the Guest House, and only those staying at the winery Guest House are able to touch the sundial installation.
A lovely horizontal dial with an 8-foot high stainless steel gnomon. The hour lines are done as colorful alternating red and cream segments set in a 8-foot radius semi-circle. The gnomon is triangular in cross section with a single thin edge casting the shadow. The dial hour numbers are set for daylight, since all of the winery's 100,000 annual visitors are seasonal, coming when Pacific Daylight Time is in place.
Owner: Burrowing Owl Estate Winery
Designer: Jim Wyse
Builder: gnomon by Rob Webster, concrete Greyback Construction
Construction Date: September 2007
The dial is still functional during the main part of day in the summer, but will be partially obscured at other times.