Pearlessence Vineyard Inn
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... a good friend put me in a better mood, though.
My main goal for the day was to get to the ocean, which was less than ten miles away. There’s a great state park that comprises a large portion of the shoreline in Sonoma County. All the stress melted away when I saw the coast. The beaches match the stereotype for the Pacific Coast: cliffs, rocks, and huge waves. The sand was dark gray – nearly ...
... spent quite a bit of time picking blackberries in the past week. The blueberries are small, but sweet. Danica and Matt took a container home. I’m not sure, but I don’t think they get as excited as we do when it comes to picking fresh berries.
Judy and I took a side trip to Sonoma on Monday. Harlan and I were there before and I knew Judy would enjoy it. There are lots of boutique shops and ...
... Dungeness crab!), some really good Mexican, Pier 39 and the sea lions! Even though we didn't make it to Muir Woods, it will be a good excuse for a return trip to discover the much coveted German Tourist Club.
Merryvale - as part of the conference, we got to do a special tasting and tour followed by an incredible dinner in their tasting room. With all the dark barrels back lit by candles and the long table, it was like something out ...
... you for stopping to smell the (ahem) hemp plants.
On one such trip we ended up with a "stowaway". Its a long story, but, our youngest- Tashi, ended up with us on a trip to see Paul et al. He was living in an old farm house in amongst the redwoods where gangs of vicious wild turkeys terrorized the stoned locals and kept them on their sandals, er, toes.
One night Paul suggested we go to the Ace for a beer. We reminded him that we had a (then) 12 year old with ...
... they had ran off, I sat back down, relaxed and ready to eat. Sarah was on edge... it was hard to not find it funny. But I had to be supportive too. If you are scared of something. You are scared. But I did find it funny. The sneaky little raccoons. They tried again a bit later. So I chased them off again. Once the fire had died down, we went back into the camper van, and had the great idea of putting out some food for the raccoons. We tried a few things but they weren't coming. In ...