Farmhouse Inn & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... boys got to try the grape juice. Their super tuscan style wine was particularly good.
After the tour we headed back to RustRidge to see the dogs and relax by pool. We went to visit the horses on the ranch before heading back to our cottage. We cooked dinner in the evening for the first and only time on our trip. We then wandered down to the main house for a another game of Lords of Waterdeep and some lovely glasses of RustRidge wine.
... Vineyard for lunch. With passengers on board we headed off for lunch and tour of the Wildcat Mountain Vineyard that borderlands between Carneros and the Sonoma Coast. The vineyard consists of 4 acres of syrah, 23 acres of pinot noir and 23 acres of c******nay, all on volcanic soil with elevations ranging from 500 to 700 feet overlooking San Pablo Bay. The site itself is 1500 acres of pastureland where dairy cattle still roam the undulating hillsides ...
... Zeke and Lucky who was Chris’ Dad’s dog.
We went for a little walk round the garden then Ruth arrived in her Porsche. The dogs ran to her when she got out and we then went inside. We had the pizza that we cooked ourselves in the oven and a few beers. It was good to catch up with Ruth and we ended up also watching some British drama about inspector Morse too. After a while we were all pretty tired so hit the hay after a pretty long day all in ...
... to southern Oregon will take us north on US Highway 101 as far as San Jose, then transition to Interstate 880. The 880 will take us around the east side of San Francisco Bay through a solid mass of humanity. The largest city on the route is Oakland- Governor Jerry Brown's Oakland. We will then cross the Richmond Bridge to reconnect with US101.
Our first stop is in Santa Maria to visit my sister Sandy, her hubby Vic, our son John, his wife Margaret and our 12 ...