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After leaving Bodega Bay, we veered from our coastal trail and headed east toward the Sonoma Valley wine region where the grape vines take over open fields and the sun warms the dry air. We were pretty thrilled to see the thermostat in the car not only break 70 degrees, but also 80! We felt heat again for the first time in weeks, and it felt great. We were also greeted by our old friend, the sun. We set up camp at a nice campground in Sugarloaf ...
... on the way home, it was after 7pm by the time we got back to the apartment, and there were two messages to say they were hanging out in The Pub by Ghirardelli Square. The waitress in there had given them the wifi code for next door so they could try and contact us. Reunited again, we had a couple drinks then headed back for an early(ish) night. Julie and Sandy are off to Yosemite tomorrow, and have to be up for 5am...
Nighty night ...
... information centre for the area, and we went in to try to get some info. The girl in the office was very helpful and suggested the tour at The Benziger family vineyard as being something that might brings resting for Alex as well as us.
We did the tour which was quite interesting although there was an annoyingly rude prick there continuously had loud side conversations with his companions and asked the smart ***** technical questions. The ...
... the background. A bit hazy for great photos but no complaints here, a very lovely place to be.
Amazingly we still haven't seen the Golden Gate Bridge properly so we drive round to Marin Heads to a view point. Still pretty foggy in the distance but we can see the bridge. Nothing else for it, we will drive it tomorrow, so we see it close up.
A quick van organise, and clean, on our return to the campsite, before the ...
We decided to take a side-trip to Sonoma to round out our experience, and we had a pleasant stop at Muscardini Winery where the front veranda provided a respite from our journey. Being a hungry bunch, we decided to stop at HopMonk ...