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... to make sure we bought the right stuff before we leave wine area ;-) We have to give a shout out to the really lovely camp hosts that we have come across at the different campgrounds...John and Marjorie were so sweet at Bothe Napa Valley state park and Richard here at the Alexander Valley RV park is also totally sweet - all are so helpful and enjoy sharing stories with us and giving us some great tips on where to go next. Tonight we will decide our next location....stay tuned... ...
... also had a fresh kale Caesar salad, charred ahi tuna with avocado, cucumber, and truffled soy, minted lamb, and Uni “Mac and Cheese” with Chives and Sweet Bay Scallops. For desert we had a bread pudding topped with fruit covered on chocolate and a bottle of MacMurray Pinot Gris Sonoma Coast 2011. On our return home we were able to see the Windsor fireworks for a few minutes on our drive down the ...
Burke and I rose early for quick run down a trail between vineyards to get our day started right. Dane and Rita, The couple who own the raford inn whipped up an amazing breakfast for us and the 3 other couples then gave us a tour of their private vineyard. We learned about Grafting, head pruning, self pollination, leaf and grape types, 10-12 leaf bundles per grape bunch, drip system irrigation, root anchoring, hunting for large predators, good bugs ...
... Parson Jones aged 1300 years and another, Colonel Armstrong - 1400 years approximately. The walk itself was pretty easy going - nothing like Yosemite, and the views were nice under the canopy as the sun broke through in parts.
We spent a couple of days visiting Sonoma and Napa from here. We really liked the centre of Sonoma better than Napa which was more developed and less quaint but the views driving along the main routes ...
... beautiful and absolutely peaceful. Harley and I returned from our walk to find Mike setting up our picnic dinner. Mike opened a bottle of wine and we nestled back on our elbows. We snacked, drank, and relaxed watching waves crash as the sun sank lower in the sky. Life was perfect.
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