Hidden Oak Inn
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... blend, a big fruity Cab Sauv and a nice $45 Pinot Noir (Los Carneros). The final taste was of what they called a white port - basically a fortified Sauvignon Blanc - don't tell the EU commissioners! Overall verdict was of some nice wines, but the tasting experience after such a great back story was disappointing - the large tasting room with multiple parallel tastings was soul-less and the family member serving seemed to have no time to chat. However, it made a good starting ...
After leaving Bodega Bay, we veered from our coastal trail and headed east toward the Sonoma Valley wine region where the grape vines take over open fields and the sun warms the dry air. We were pretty thrilled to see the thermostat in the car not only break 70 degrees, but also 80! We felt heat again for the first time in weeks, and it felt great. We were also greeted by our old friend, the sun. We set up camp at a nice campground in Sugarloaf ...
... for me and a cool long sleeve Muir Woods t-shirt for Grant. We got Katie a drink and some chips. Katie and Grant sat on a bench by the gate while Anne and I went off to get the car. After a few false id's ("There it is", No. "I see it", No. "Is that it?" No. ) Finally we got to our car, and I took over the driving from there.
After picking up the kids we set out for Mount Tamalpais. If we thought the roads had been winding until now, we were wrong. ...
Julie and Sandy were biking the Golden Gate to Sausalito this afternoon. The plan had been for us to walk the bridge, but what with Angie's foot I didn't think it would be a good idea. Instead, we arranged to meet them at the Sausalito ferry landing, and just do the round trip on the ferry.
We gave them a head start, went for some lunch, and then to drop some stuff back at the apartment. I think we gave them too much of a head start, ...
... information centre for the area, and we went in to try to get some info. The girl in the office was very helpful and suggested the tour at The Benziger family vineyard as being something that might brings resting for Alex as well as us.
We did the tour which was quite interesting although there was an annoyingly rude prick there continuously had loud side conversations with his companions and asked the smart ***** technical questions. The ...