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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... chicken started picking on her. So she got her own box. Poor little Silky is quite skinny. I'm sure with the good care of Merritt and Courtney it will make it. Then Courtney found the first 2 eggs that these chickens were laying. What a day! I enjoyed the nice weather in a Santa Ynez and came down to SB after lunch only. I joined Jenny and her kids to the library to ...
We know why our brekky was free, not a whole grain in site. Plenty to choose from, I began with what I thought was Bircher muesli and once I popped the yogurt on it an tasted it found out it was savoury sausage muck! So then picked up a pancake only to figure out it was an omelette with plastic cheese melted in the middle, edible, just. Followed by coffee in a polystyrene cup. Which was okish, I just hate polystyrene cups. Finished off with a machine made pancake which was so ...
... night. We then decide to go for a walk along the oceanfront to the wharf. A few nice seafood restaurants on the wharf. We watch the wild life and people ... Patrol car came scrambling along the beach to where a man was collapsed ..we think it was either drug or alcohol related...ambulance turned up but he appeared to be ok. We then watch the pelicans, ravens, sea gulls, and seals in the bay. Got some great photo shots...and then had dinner at the end of the pier. Lovely ...
... elevation we saw the largest wind farm ever appear on the hillside in front of us! The Wind Turbines must have stretched for 3 or 4 miles along the west side of a ridge from North to South. No real clue about where the electricity was going but the lines stretched into the distance away from their source.
It was hot enough by this time that we put the top up and motored on. By this time we both had slight sunburns on ...
... poured us our whites first. One of the first whites on the list was a Viognier. This grape came to California in the 1980's, and now the vines have reached a wonderful maturity across the Central Coast. Several wineries had a Viognier to share in their tasting room. Bridlewood speciality, however, is Syrah. They promised one Syrah with the essance of blueberry, another with pomegranate, and those tastes were definitely there. I was impressed, these were unlike ...