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... t look like any of the other wineries!
They were all booked up for the holiday weekend so we headed to Chimney Rock Winery.
We had a very nice and informative tasting. Since we were ahead of schedule ...
Having left the clear blue waters of Lake Tahoe behind we took the Amtrak to Albany in the San Francisco East Bay. Staying at Kirsten and Filip's awesome pad, our equally awesome friends D and Matt turned up from Big Sir with a bottle of bubbles that we drank quietly late into the night. The next day after shooting across the Bay Bridge at breakneck speed past standstill traffic (courtesy of the carpool lane and FastTrak bridge pass, thanks Matt and D!) we chowed down on ...
... Francisco Nob Hill (snob hill?) an affluent district, home to many of the city's upper-class families. The Haight-Ashbury district, the center of the 1960s Hippie movement, still has brightly painted houses but looks gentrified now. Michael managed to adapt quickly to driving on the wrong side of the road and follow the intersection etiquette. The drivers seem very patient.
Golden Gate Park was our first stop where ...
... replied that that was fine and that we could leave. However, he then changed his mind and told us to fill out a card while he went upstairs to check something.
What should have been a snobby dismissal turned into one of the more interesting wine tastings on the trip. As Jonathan filled out the form, a lady was standing in the lobby with a miniature pony wearing ridiculous boots. She enthusiastically explained that Winnie was a therapy pony and that we could pet her ...
... are mostly out.
The farm is 20 acres (I think) and is half vineyard, half farm with a variety of animals and some vegetables growing. Our main job is the daily animal care which includes feeding them, refilling water and replacing hay. At the bottom near our home - the 'Taj-ma-Shed' (a glorified shed with a portable heater and lights) is the chicken coop and run. There are 25 or so and one cockerel who kindly wakes us up around 7am, and disturbingly they ...