La Bellasera Hotel and Suites
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... went on our bikes 'cause you can't drink and drive a car BUT you can on a bike. We went quite a ways on some back roads with tons of vineyards. Very pretty sight to be sure! Then we went into one of them called Rio Seco. It was small but very nice. We did a bit of tasting, bought a few bottles, stuffed them into Bob's saddlebag and biked home. Nice afternoon!
We leave here on the 17th and are heading toward Bakersfield, CA area.
... We chatted for a good long time and then set off for home.
One of the interesting things about this area is that there is an air-force base near here. During the week, which means today, since it is a Monday, military jets practice maneuvers overhead. It's kind of loud as they go over. My cousin Joe, Melanie's son, says they also practice dog fighting from time to time.
We are heading out for a drive shortly, so I am not likely to see that.
... miles and miles of grape vines and some other vegies and flowers and our first livestock for the trip. Enjoyable walk along the walkway fronting the ocean in front of our resort. Spoke to Paula on Skype tonight - she's busy getting us organised for when we are in New York - she is the best tour guide.
... today, as we didn't see the sun til we got to the castle, or Ranch, as Hearst referred to it. Hundreds of Elephant Seals off the coast, and these are only the females and juveniles. Saw many more seals as we drove up the coast, not sure what variety. Lunch at Kevah Cafe at Nepenthe near Big Sur. some roadwork and lots of stunning scenery. Made it into Monterey ...
Haven't seen fog in some time, but did see plenty of it this morning in Santa Maria. Kind of neat. After taking out Aragon for his daily duties we bid him goodbye, loaded up his favorite toy with goodies and left him in the motorhome, and headed to Paso Robles to see Lance and Amy Bagwell.
The Bagwell home is REALLY neat. Built back in the '40's or '50's it has been ...