Oakville Vineyard Bed and Breakfast
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... are endless numbers of people tent camping and at 8:30, they had the music on loud and full of base. Thankfully, we are no where near these guys. I know it sounds like whining, and it is. We have stayed in some pretty neat places and it's spoiled us. KOA's are high density, great facilities like laundry, pools, play areas and special events, but we are, as my Mom would say, cheek by jowl packed in here. I guess it's only a sleeping spot as ...
... diner. After a couple of egg white omelets, we're off to Novato to find our temporary abode. What a great place..a very smart one bedroom apartment built over the main house, located at the end of a cau-de-sac. After schlepping three suitcases, three duffles and too many boxes and bags we finally start to unwind. We are somewhat horrified to think how much stuff we have to get rid of by the end it the month. That however, is a story for another ...
... knows where precisely.
This is a letter he wrote to his Aunt Doris and grandmother ("Bawma"), ten days before he died.
October 12, 1944
Somewhere in Luxemburg
Dear Doris and Bawma,
... Sonoma, the first thing we did was go to Jack London State Park and to the Jack London museum. He was a famous author at the end of the 19th century, a very interesting character. From here we went to Benziger, a biodynamic winery - biodynamic farming is apparently the highest from of organic farming. We had a wine tasting session and learned about the natural ways of running the winery, it was so interesting. They only use about half ...
We are in for another day of wine tasting, we'd like to visit Beringer Estate it looks like a great place to ramble around and perhaps have lunch on their grounds. It's not a sunny day here rather cloudy and I'm hoping we don't see any of the 10% chance of rain they are calling for.
One thing I forgot to blog about from our time at Fisherman's Wharf, we were walking along the crowded streets and Bryan overheard this lady speaking to a ...