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... a huge student population as there is a University here, which is actually where Danny works as a scientist.
That evening, Diana and Danny took me to Oakland as they wanted to introduce me to Ethiopian food. They took me to this Ethiopian Restaurant and the food was absolutely fantastic. You have to eat everything with your hands, no cutlery provided. We started off with what I can only describe as samosa's. Very similar but they call ...
... set camp for the night. I gladly accepted and after some internet, I biked to her farm located on Silverado Trail Road, just outside of town. Kirsten welcomed me on the property and I met with Megan and Sara, two wwoofers (World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms). The property was well located with a large vineyard, some fruit trees, 3 lovely dogs and a keg of beer in the garage. We all sat at dinner with a delicious stew made by Megan and drank some of their wine. Simple and ...
Next was Hopper Creek, where we were all amused by the winemaker who not only drank along with us (most don't do that...they just inhale the aromas to make sure the wine is still great), but also drank some beer as well after our tastings. Hmmm....not sure what that says about the wine. It was nice here too, though, and we had lunch here too. Yesterday's tour rushed us along, with only 20-25 minutes at each ...
... Coast, but unique in its topography which was formed by virtue of being on a different tectonic plate due to a rift zone of the San Andreas Fault, half of which lies under Tomales Bay. I have to admit that all the displays about the San Andreas Fault and the fault line bordering the park made me a tad nervous. But fortunately, the “big one” held off while we were there!
Next stop – civilization in San Francisco!!