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... to the actual town of Sonoma where we walked around the plaza taking in the scenery. They have some really old buildings from the mid 1800's, including the St. Francis Mission, which is now run as a small museum. The town is also filled with shops, tasting rooms, and of course, a book store, which we unnecessarily browsed. After admiring the buildings and the park in the center of town, we headed back up the hill to our Sugarloaf campground for the ...
... is geographically challenged!) With that our two days together came to an end. Patti and I had a great time and we hope Willi and Shelly did as well. Willi and Shelly drove home to Napa after dinner and Patti and I went back aboard our home away from home, Winterhawk.
Next stop, Coyote Point Marina and some shore time with Patti's family.
... ago. Poor Rich hasn't been out since before we left home! Meeting her friends Alex Dunn and Amie Davies for a spot of dinner and a few drinks. Lovely evening, and so nice to eat something cooked for her, and in an oven. Dylan laughs as Emma leaves as "she is in the back like a child in her car seat".
Lovely day in San Fran. Next couple of nights booked further down the coast as its on, on after a trip to Alcatraz tomorrow ...
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We left the Napa Elks RV park in late morning and took the Jeep on a 'test run' to Petaluma CA to see if that road will hook up with the 101 for our continued journey on North AND to see if it was 'doable' in the motorhomes. It was, although it will be fairly heavy with traffic and various stop lights (duh, its California), but we will travel through ...
... in California - Gundlach Bundschu. They've been around since the 1870s when then original founder arrived a bit late for the gold rush, so brewed beer and eventually got into wines. They've survived a few crises, including losing all of their wine stock - which was bottled in San Fancisco on Market Street - in the 1906 earthquake and then surviving through the prohibition era from 1919 by producing other fruits and selling grapes to the ...