Hollyhock Country House
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Currently we are on the road from yosemite to Sonoma. Its real tricky typing on my ipad as i am driving, but with it propped up on my dashboard i can easily type with my right hand steer with the left and change songs on my iphone with the other one. Very sparse cell signals in Yosemite valley. Yesterday afternoon we immediately headed to the Glacier Point drive. Normally, that road is closed this time of year but due to this drought and global wrming they opened ...
Went with Meagan to town of Sonoma. Toured Sebastiani winery. Part of the reason that Italian wine is so expensive is that a barrel made from Italian oak is $1200-$1600 before the wine is even added. And each barrel is only used to "cure" wine twice. An interesting feature of this winery was that an artist had worked there in his retirement and created many wooden sculptures which were placed on the vats, doors, etc. Joined their wine ...
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Kevin and I watched a few episodes of It Is Always Sunny in Philadelphia. I don't know why I find that funny, but I do. Maybe everyone is such a character. Kevin and I talked over movies and other facets of slices of life. We decided that we could hate things only on Fridays after a week of collecting irritating impressions.