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After traveling in the Road Warrior for almost 3000 miles, finally made it to the famous wine area in Headlsburg. Junie selected some of her favorite wineries for the shopping extravaganza: Kokomo (my favorite), Truett Hurst and Rockpile. Sampled some fine wines and bought some delicious Zin and Cabernet Franc. Jim and Dave came along for the ride but neither of them ...
... dinner at a decent little place. With that it was time to head to SFO to drop off the rental car and begin the long flight home. Vacation is just about over.
Just in case anyone was wondering, we put on 4,430 miles on the rental car during the first part of the vacation and 373 miles during the second part. 4,803 total miles in a car! 901 miles by train! Airline miles are yet to ...
... to say, we were a little tired, and a little wined out by this time. We headed back to the Inn, watched a movie then went out to dinner, where Susie had a burger she is still thinking about. In fact, she may have to travel back, just for the burger! It was also here that Matt suggested that Susie start a blog about hamburgers.... she is still not sure she can make that commitment to that much red meat.
... as this meant we didn't have to pay for the wine tasting. We bought one for us and one for Jas & Shwetha who had offered their place for us to stay over the weekend. It was late by the time we reached home and so along the way we picked up some cheese to enjoy the Merlot that we had bought. After a bottle of Merlot, it was time for a nice nap.
The next morning we were to drive through San Francisco and were heading to Palo Alto to stay with our ...
... that I could handle the stresses of long term travel, in fact it gets easier with every passing day on the road. I know that this trip isn't just about seeing the world, its also about exploring my own self. In the intense environment of meeting people, seeing new sights and saying goodbye to people day in and day out I believe it will have a profound effect on me. Not to mention being a ton of fun!
Speaking of saying goodbyes, I've been ...