The Cooperage Inn
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... Which also explains how they ended up in Sonoma County where the property they purchased was covered in redwood trees. Oh, back to the market visit. Mom was thrilled to be able to purchase artichokes for their appy's that evening for $$.98 for 2! I passed....not too big on veggies or anything green outside of tripe. That ended day 2. It was that evening that mom and dad decided to stay local to Sonoma County this trip and explore the ...
... along the way and for photo opps.
Our route took us along the waterfront through Fort Mason and on to the shore path where there was a pier out to sea. We stopped here for a few minutes and strolled out to see people fishing for crabs and to spot the seals. San Fransisco has a resident seal colony that has been here for at least 50 years. Various attempts have been made to drive them away but to ...
... a Croissant (excellent). Though Sausalito is a really beautiful town, there's not a whole lot to do there aside from shopping, eating and biking. I guess there's a really neat beach (Rodeo Beach) on the other side, but we never made it down that way.
After our morning in Sausalito, we ventured back to the touristy stuff of SF. We ...
... it is). Our first stop (after some insane and unexpected traffic), we pull into our first winery, Schug Winery. The tasting is incredible and I pick up a souvenir to enjoy when I get home. We get peckish and decide to grab a quick bite at The Girl and The Fig in Sonoma. Our intention for a quick bite turned into a wonderful, leisurely two (maybe three) hour lunch. Our lunch went so late that we didn't make ...
... 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 ...