Wisteria Garden Bed and Breakfast
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... laundry room.
Day 6 &7
Got the base cabinets, pantry and tall “garage door” cupboard done. (Garage door being what we call the roll up cabinet door) The two corner cabinets have pull out shelves, so there is no wasted corner space. Just for fun we put the couch and my easy chair in place. Gave me a very good sense of the space, and it is AWESOME!!!!
Sadly, we had to head home the next day, but I am ...
... s team to help them bottle the Starfish Pinot Noir, made by Dan Cederquist. Dan partners with Steve and uses Steve's wine making facility to make his personal label. During dinner, of course, we drank the wine we bottled with the delicious dinner that Steve and Joan prepared. Cheers!
Before dinner, we had time to go to the Petrefied ...
... Creek and rode their bikes on the Silverado Trail then we all went to St Helena. Wheeeee---week-end 'stop and go' traffic. Don't think I'll ever get used to it. Our first stop was right at "meal time" (which of course I define as ANYTIME). The V. Sattui Winery had LOTS of people out on the lawn area having lunch and wine. They had a very orderly system to allow people to make their selection; prepare the selection; and provide ...
We arrived at our first stop for the day the Clos du Val Winery, renowned for its popular picnic area and enjoyed our first wine and cheese tasting round courtesy of Winny's Groupon voucher. The grounds of the winery were beautiful and truly perfect for a picnic so we had our packed lunch on one of the tables and enjoyed some more wine.
Next stop was the Coppola Estate Winery which ...
... join the other animals and then if a mountain lion or coyote comes along, the goat will become frightened and faint, thus providing the predator with food without harming the expensive herd. That sounds sort of inhuman to me. Poor goat!
We drove back to Petaluma to our campground where we enjoyed a wonderful afternoon nap! Those have been few and far between. Then it was laundry time and watching a movie.
Tomorrow will be an early day in San ...