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... family in the 1920's and grew from there. Next we drove down the road to the famous BR Cohn winery, started by an old manager of the Doobie Brothers. While the winery sat on a hill covered in olive trees and had a beautiful property with good wines, we weren't huge fans of the atmosphere in the tasting room. We did, however, enjoy some more olive oil and vinegar samples in their gourmet foods building. We continued down valley to one of the ...
Hello from the Sausalito Yacht Club.
After a successful night on the boat, Willi and Shelly drove their car over the Golden Gate Bridge and we ran the boat over to Sausalito to meet them. We were able to use a mooring buoy at the Sausalito Yacht Club. We are members in a yacht club back home. Yacht clubs often offer reciprocal moorage ...
... morning to capture the vista of the full city before making our way to Monterey.
The holiday seems to be passing quickly now - we will back in Invercargill in two weeks time.
PS I did my good deed for day, week, year and lifetime tonight when I gave a street beggar $5 when I came out of the Hot Cookie shop. As I've mentioned earlier there are lots of beggars and people sleeping rough here. My problem is distinguishing the genuine from the ...
... the background. A bit hazy for great photos but no complaints here, a very lovely place to be.
Amazingly we still haven't seen the Golden Gate Bridge properly so we drive round to Marin Heads to a view point. Still pretty foggy in the distance but we can see the bridge. Nothing else for it, we will drive it tomorrow, so we see it close up.
A quick van organise, and clean, on our return to the campsite, before the ...
... Bridge and headed inland to the counties of Sonoma and Napa, driving through vineyard country. The weather fortunately was slowly clearing from yesterday's rain and the rolling hills were lovely and green. Not the grapes though, which are Wintering at the moment. In Napa we boarded the Napa Wine Train, which is a gourmet eating and wine tasting experience on an old train of restored Pullman carriages. We journeyed up and back a short ...