Napa Discovery Inn
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... chickens! They treated us like family, even including us in their July 4th barbecue before fireworks over the Napa River. Our winery highlight has to be Conn Creek. Their AVA room is a-as dan called it-Nirvana. 12 barrels of the same grape variety grown in different Napa vineyards. It was an educational and tasty lesson on how soil, climate, and time on the skins can really make a difference in a good wine. I even learned about biodynamics, where the ...
... all, we walked 17km today.
After lunch everybody was quite tired so we went for a rest back at Larkspur. Stella so far in the trip has really enjoyed looking through REI with Dad and I. So in exchange for her co-operation after her afternoon nap we scooted across to the mall to have a look at the 4th REI store on tour!
Dad picked up some Chinese takeaways for dinner - a bit more upmarket that the Golden Dragon in Thames - and hit the hay early.
... again - the ferry 'only' has room for 250 bikes and were weren't going to get on this one! That gives you some idea of how many other cyclists there were out there.
Not to worry, we retraced our route over the bridge from earlier in the the day and we saw our ferry crossing the water without us!
Back on the other side of the water we cycled to Golden Gate Park and took in some of ...
... and bacon that turned out to be really spicy, my Irish palate was burning for a few minutes after. I presumed the race was over but I soon learnt that we had a second race to participate in. It took an hour between each race to set up due to technical difficulties. Once going we didn't have the best start and kept in third position for quite a while. This Glen was ahead of us and the crew kept an eye on him. We got very close to the second and third boat and were in ...
... volunteering at a WildEarth Guardians BBQ fundraiser.
It was raining in Bodega Bay but the town has lots of waterfront and might be worth exploring further on another trip.
We used Google Maps to find our way to the 101, and we drove some interesting narrow secondary roads as a result.
Got back to the Outlet and got everything unloaded out of the Honda. It was so nice of Paul to loan it to ...