Meadowlark Country House
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... well situated for visiting the wineries of Sonoma.
After a great breakfast in Railroad Square we were off to Ferrari-Carano, high on our list to visit and again it did not disappoint. Another impressive wine and tasting room. I think it has replaced Raymond as Patty's favorite wine. Raymond Burr winery was just down the road but closed so we moved on to Silver Oak. Lest you think we ...
... Since poor Dave had finally slain the “Shower Dragon”, he managed a somewhat mellow day, at least for him…
Home again, and Dave is already planning his next trip. I can’t go back until Thanksgiving break, but he is planning a few trips between now and then. He is an amazing man, and I am so grateful to have him in my life!
Till next time, be well and happy!
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Moving Day didn't start out so well: Aragon refused to "do his duty" and wasted the whole morning walk, but biggest problem was that the large slide was binding when we tried to bring it in for travel. Guess the recent earthquake shook something a tad bit off on the tracks of the big monster. After re-positioning the jacks and trying several times---finally got it in but ...
... have shared it. Unless of course, one is so good that you can just do the swirl and spit during wine tasting – which obviously most lay people wouldn’t be able to do so.
Oakville – we heard Peju and Robert Mondavi are really good but we didn’t manage to visit those due to time constraints.
Yountville – we visited Hope & Grace just because we had a 2-for-1 pass. Although it isn’t super popular, it is still quite decent. ...
... took it real easy, ate breakfast, and drank lots of water. Then we prepared our selves with lots of water and pretzels to eat in between the wineries. We also determined that we didn’t need to drink all the wine poured during the tastings, we only needed to taste a small sip and it was polite to pour the rest of it in the waste buckets. This would ensure we could make it through the day without being drunk. Our first winery we traveled to was Michael Mondovi. ...