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... We aren't sure if it was the creepy people staring but we didn't get a good feeling. We didn't stay long, leaving the 104F valley temperatures and it's creepy inhabitants behind.
We are coming into Santa Rosa now and hope to make San Fran before dinner ...
... dozens of four-foot tall sculptures were scattered around town. Because the sculptures are not confined to downtown, it is possible to run into one just about anywhere! We even spotted a Joe Cool from the bus in a squarely residential area.
Going to Santa Rosa also gave us the opportunity to cross the Golden Gate Bridge, which is an experience in itself due to the fantastic views. That was probably as close as we will come to crossing it on ...
... the new plants they developed. Burbank was granted 16 posthumous plant patents. I took way too many genetics classes as a botany and plant pathology major. Burbank was one of my heros. He was the Monsanto of the day and we have him to thank for many of the bounties we enjoy today. People fear what they don't understand. Just remember we need to feed people and plant genetics are the answer.
Gaius Plinius Secundus, better known ...
... Sav at $60. The white was ok but not the red. By this time it was close to 6pm and, feeling very disillusioned, we decided to walk the 10 min down to Napa and to the 'Bounty Hunter' restaurant/wine bar for dinner. This had also been recommended to me so, at this stage with our current Napa experience, I wasn't getting too excited. The food was great though but, again, the wines were just too pricey. We got chatting to our waiter, Mark, who was 'into wine' and ...
... Santa Rosa we drove up US 1 to where the Russian River connects to Hwy 116 that took us back to town. What a beautiful, scenic drive. California might not be a place you would want to live, but it does have some of the most beautiful scenery on the planet.
Today we will be heading north up US 1 to see the giant redwood trees.