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We (Nancy, Beth, and Diann) are busy packing for our trip to England. We leave on Friday evening. We hope to blog a lot on this trip, but we are not taking any technology with us, so we'll be at the mercy of finding a computer as we go. We've got our raincoats, our umbrellas, and our hiking boots, so I guess we're ready. Next stop ---London!
Bill took us up into the Sonoma Valley where we visited the oldest winery ....hope to attach photo then onto the Napa Valley getting to see huge number of wineries. Another beautiful day in America. We have travelled approximate 300ks today and got to see Redwoods along the way and travelled the coast road home to San Rafael. Tomorrow we travel to Danniville where Cheryl's parents live....her Mum's 75th birthday. Must away. Love Norm & Di ...
... and even an old turkey who gobbles on command (the trained turkey was supposed to be dinner years ago, but now he seems to be more of a pet). Pat must be a little crazy or just have waaay too much money, because he built a series of ponds as well, put in a lock system so he can ride it up and down, and has a chris craft boat floating in the little pond so he can make lazy circles I guess. Either way, we're jealous. In Napa, we learned from a tour guide the truth in ...
... Even the children who lived on the island's pictures looked painfully masked. It was time to go. So, we hustled down to the dock where the lady at the gate serendipitously hollered, "Gate closes in one minute!" YEA! Seeing as how they left every 45 minutes, we thought it was pretty much fate.
After Alcatraz, we walked to Pier 39. Great tourist area! I know some of my friends and family really do not enjoy that ...
... this must be where the money is). The light rain in the air reminded me of when I lived on the West Coast. This was the type of rain that you know will eventually go away - generally in three to four months. Well, when you are handed lemons, get out the salt and tequila. The strategy was to dress properly, adjust speed and enjoy. Riding along this route felt like 'old home week'. Passing the estates of my old friends such as: Robert Mondavi, Opus One, ...