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We drive from Queenies to the Point Arena Lighthouse. A sign says it's the closest place to Hawaii in the 48 contiguous states.
After that, to Anderson Valley to taste wine at Lula's.
Here the sommelier, Don, tells us that the 2012 Pinot Noir won two gold prizes at the State Fair.
"But, of course," he adds smoothly, "that shouldn't affect what you decide to buy. You buy what YOU ...
... black bear, grazing in a meadow by the road-just like I ordered. We met a few Aussies up there and became BFF's as you do when away from home.
The snow sent us down to San Francisco for the weekend. We camped in the suburbs and took the train to town, everyone was very helpful.
We loved walking across the Golden Gate Bridge and taking the cable cars (long queues for these but soo worth it.)
... only almost killed us twice. Once when Suzanne was asleep so don't anyone tell her. Today will be our last day driving around the coast, we head inland a bit. For those concerned we missed the quake in napa valley But only because we had not gotten there yet. We were due to visit it yesterday but decided to skip...for some funny reason. Anyway have to go and pack. Enjoy your ...
Upon returning to the Wharf, we stopped a few shops and then headed back to the hotel, grabbed the car ($104 later for parking...note to self, looking for parking rates when staying at a hotel right downtown), and then headed out on our way. We had planned to stop at HRD coffee shop (another restaurant featured on the food network) for lunch, as we had tried to go there yesterday but it was closed Sunday, however when we got there today ...
... it was important to leave it for future generations to enjoy. When I had first learned of this beach, I was intrigued by the idea that something beautiful could be created by the waste left behind by mankind. But there were humans screwing it up again! There were so many people collecting glass that it was unjustifiable that it was all being taken to create a beautiful art project (not that I would be OK with that either). “Those people are just going to ...