The McClelland-Priest Bed & Breakfast Inn
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... blue sky and Eucalyptus trees. We resisted tasting as we still had to make it to the Napa.
Sonoma town sounded too charming to miss. A historic town setup in mid 1800s was the end of the Spanish mission trail and the beginning of viticulture as the priests established a vineyard to make wine for mass. It was also a site of a rebellion with the townsfolk breaking from the Mexicans and establishing the Californian ...
... tasting and I decided to download an app that would tell me where the nearest wineries with discounts (2 for 1, free cheese boards, etc.) were. We tried to go to this swanky place called Duckhorn, but they turned us away because the discount was only valid before noon. Lame.
Our next hit was a success. Freemark Abbey offered a 2 for 1 tasting. It wasn't my favorite wine-- nothing too special, in my opinion-- but it was still a ...
... is something of a pet turkey and sometimes allowed to roam around.
I like it when we get to collect eggs from the chickens, and today I got a goose egg too. Other jobs are coop cleaning, general household chores and then various projects. We spent a lot of time on the garden last week, weeding and pulling dead plants, as well as shelling dried beans and planting new ones. The only thing surviving at the moment is the cabbage, and there are lots of squashes ...
... Good shopping for me & JG with both of us substantially increasing our need to purchase an extra suitcase!
Back in Napa we had no luck finding a grocery store but we did find a gelato store down by the river (more like mud flats). Very nice ice cream, worth the wait.
Back to the Oxbow markets for the third day in a row to purchase more salad for dinner tonight. ...
... for their pillows and we headed back to the Andrews, via a dodgy area including some seriously bad smells and characters, Stopping off for a lovely hot chocolate at Union Square.
Rested & restored we hit the Cable Cars early, enjoying the sights of Lombard St the crookedest street in the word, with eight sharp turns on a 40-degree slope. The pretty Zig Zag St is edged with flowers and shrubs ...