Bella Villa Messina
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... to purchase it. On our arrival to Healdsburg we were perplex to find that the tasting houses in town appeared to shut around 5pm. It was 4.45. I quickly changed into a shirt and jeans to look more presentable. Bush stayed as he was in shorts and tee shirt. Was it really worth it? Luckily two tasting houses were still open. Not liking the portions but good chat as so few tourists about. More upsetting was that the ...
Well the last real day of our 26 day adventure is here. This morning was the start of another beautiful day in wine country starting with a pretty good breakfast at the B&B.
Today we decided to slow it down some. We started with a drive west to see the Pacific Ocean. There are a few state parks out there that we stopped at for pictures. The coast is very rocky here and the ...
On our second day in Sonoma, we had planned to rent bikes and travel to different wineries, thank goodness we had been driving with Raymond to see that the roads we would be on were a little too busy and narrow for us to be comfortable. Instead we drove to Sonoma Lake, then back to Healdsburg for more wine tasting.
Sonoma Lake was created in the 1980's with a large earthen damn, it is a fairly large lake. ...
... We enjoyed a few tasters before we jumped back on the road in search of these magic boards. Soon enough we found our next stop. It was a smaller company and our conversation with the guy was good. The 2nd winery had been open for only a few years and so they were pretty new to the wine market. However, when he found that we were from NZ, he wanted to know more about it as he was intending to visit it next year. We gave him our contact details and invited him to ...
... trapping seals and sea lions for their furs, which they sold on the European market. They overfished and forced themselves out of business, then selling the fort to John Sutter of California history fame.
Highway 1 along this route is windy, narrow, and perched high above the sea. I was driving and it was a bit nerve wracking. Thank goodness the traffic was light and the RVs gone for the season. The road ...