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... country so we did and wow it didn't disappoint, we then decided to head out to a beautiful place called bodega bay where we went and chilled on the beach for the sunset before playing cards in the dark so a nice lady came and gave us a camping light so we could see what we where doing, some Americans really are just nice people ...
... a street performer doing a few magic tricks which was neat to watch for awhile. Though there's a ton of food options, we ended up deciding to get grilled cheese from Boudin yet again because it was just that good. ;) After dinner, we visited the visitor center at Pier 39 to get some help in understanding the MUNI system. After a bit of walking ...
... out against a pure blue sky.....no fog, no clouds, it was spectacular!
The guys rode into an area just below the North East side of the bridge onto the grounds of the former Fort Baker. Julie and Sharon drove straight to the bridge this morning and spent the afternoon touring the area including an amazing Children's Discovery Museum.
Through out the ride Bill and Brian met and chatted with other bike riders ...
... and even a bit like Great Bend KS that has a large 'square' with big trees, or at least the last time I was there many years ago they had big trees. Anyway, Sonoma is a really nice place to check out if you are in the vicinity visiting. Lots of little boutiques, wine tasting of course, and even cheese tasting. We had already grabbed a bite to eat in Santa Rosa so bypassed the many sandwich shops. Checked in on some of the older Sonoma ...
... tended to getting our rooms sorted. There was a great cheese factory shop that we went nuts at, and then had a short time to wander round and look at the shops and enjoy the late afternoon laid back ambience. Our hotel for the night is the Sonoma Mission Inn, and we arrived there not long before 6pm. We settled into our rooms with our lovely Zinfandel, Steve broke into his peppered salami and garlic Monterey cheese and we were done for the ...