The Napa Inn
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... headed to Silverado Winery. This winery had a great outdoor terrace so we were able to soak up the sun and the views.
We had lunch at this great little place called the Oakville Grocery Co., which opened in 1881 and is ...
... Merging is a life and death experience! And no time to be a coward unless you want to spend the rest of your life in that spot. - Being a pedestrian can cause angina every time you need to cross a street - and even if you have the walk light. - Despite seeing thousands of cars today, I saw only 1 motorbike, no mopeds, and only 2 bicycles. Traffic didn't seem to dissuade use of these bipeds in other countries, so why so few here? Winter? - Don't come to Mongolia for the ...
... 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 ...
... said we had to try it so we got one more tasting for free. We ended up buying the white wine I liked a lot before heading out, and, once we got into the car and wondered what exactly was up with that place.
Our final stop was to the north of Napa. We wanted, originally, to try some hot springs, but the least expensive thing we could find (not having to book in advance) was a mud bath/hot spring spa treatment combo, which we decided to try. When we arrived, we ...
... 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 ...