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Last stop was to see the Hess Collection museum and tasting of the Hess wine.
I just love the typewriter with the real flames.
A short tour was done as well.
The Christian brothers still own ...
Those who have followed my posts know that I am not a fan of heavily oaked wine, whether Chard, merlot or Cabs. On my second trip to Napa/Sonoma, I have found that fruity, dry whites and reds are now readily available. After three days of tasting a trotal of 12 wineries, most on an organized tour I have found that many grapes beyond the foregoing are readily aviailable. The wineries I enjoyed the most were Heitz, wirth free tasting including 13 year old ...
I will enter my Las Vegas experiences at the end of trip. For now, I will catch up on Santa Barbara and northern California wine country en route to Lake tahoe. Santa Barbara is arguabky the most scenic part of the entire coast of California. The ride from las Vegas took about six hours and unfortunately included delays due to fires around the Santa Clarita area. The ...
... to quite enjoy it. Next to the point with the lighthouse on which gave amazing views down onto south beach and out to the Farallon Islands. On the way down from the lighthouse we stopped at Drakes Bay which felt a lot warmer as it is a bit more protected than the south beach. There is a visitors centre and cafe down there both which were closed due to it being off peak season. Quick drive up to Inverness were we had lunch ...
... the most appreciated breakfast we've ever had. Our friends Francis and Hootie biked across the US a couple of summers ago under the banner of "Donuts Across America." I told Matt that if we were ever cool enough to do that, I would be totally willing to copy them with the theme of "IHOP Across America."
The first twenty miles of our day was an easy ride along the valley bottom, through Santa Rosa, skirting Calistoga, and then we started to go up, and up, and up, and then ...