Hollyhock Country House
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... s Wharf for the first time today and I had my first Clam Chowder experience (rich but good!). We also walked to Ghirardelli Square and checked out the Ripley's Believe it or Not since it was on our Go Card (not nearly as good as the ones in Orlando and Key West).
We then worked our way back down to the Pier 30 area. Near the carousel, ...
Another beautiful day here in the Valley and we are off to Sonoma to see what we can find. Thanks to our friend Marianne from Hilton Head (who was just here a week before us) we have a hint on which are the best wineries to see.
Our first stop is in the town of Sonoma for a quick cup of coffee and a brioche and raspberry pastry at the Basque Boulangerie Cafe! Great place - you'll see it.
... had a surprise at the finish line with a grand welcoming from Brian's sister Kerry who lives nearby in Mill Valley. Kerry had a food spread, balloons and a Congratulations banner. That was special!
Our course on the last day took us down the Marin County coastline, crossing over the peninsula at Point Reyes to San Rafael then south to the Golden Gate. The guys took some photos along the way including the "house ...
... trip hike to the top of Bald Mountain located there in the park. It didn’t start out so great – up a steep paved road in the direct sunshine -- but the view and the lunch at the top were perfect, with views overlooking both the Sonoma Valley to the west and the Napa Valley to the east. And then the trip down was also perfect….up and down (mostly down) over ...
... then shoots up through the water and into the air - something like a rocket launch - If the small boat had moved any closer or stayed longer they could have been killed.
After this all hell breaks loose - shooters, large pieces of the face start to detach and crash into the water - the tidal wave caused by this action raises the boat. Jim told us that because the Le Conte Glacier is thining it is moving down the valley at about 90 ...