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... 3 or 4 times a year, and she hasn't stopped qt the winery before but will now!
Then it wasn't too far to Point Reyes where we checked out the visitor centre and went to town to stock up on snacks and booze. Our campsite was really big and amongst nice big fir trees, but there is a terrible drought so it was pretty dusty, the showers were locked which caused a bit of a panic for some people. We had a demonstration then all put our tents up- Amanda said I picked ...
G'day Mashers Here we go once again...as I said in my inaugural Weekly Mash the blogs would not be forthcoming unless there was something to write about; and without further adieu I have something to write about folks. Firstly I have great news...I have a short term role as a chauffeur driving the recently appointed Director of People & Culture for Distinguished Vineyards & Wine Partners. With the impeccable manners of Parker ("ready when you ...
... popular (aside from the wine, of course).
So the goal today was to leave San Francisco in the rear view mirror, but the first stop was to get scheduled maintenance on Sue (the Outback), as we passed 6,000 miles for the trip over the weekend. That gave us a leisurely couple of hours to do some admin stuff, get the blog updated, and eat breakfast (we skipped the Skanksville Hotel "free" breakfast for the Putnam Subaru one combined ...
We woke up this morning, took full advantage of the continental breakfast, then packed up and hit the road. We did not plan too well, in terms of bikability, last night and were told by some locals that the roads in the area were not very bike friendly. In order to get to a better biking road, Lisa drove us over to HWY 1 in Tomales. Once there, we unloaded our bikes, hopped on, and planned to meet Lisa in about 10 ...
... that the temperature
dropped to 53 degrees and the wind picked up.
It was not a good day for a walk on the beach. We continued up CA Rt 1 to the town of Half
Moon Bay, where we started to look for a campground for the night. We proceeded east on CA Rt 92, north on I-280
into San Francisco, where we went over the “San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge”,
a double decker bridge that seemed to go on forever, then north on I-80 to
I-580 and north ...
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20705 Highway 1, Jenner | Hotelfrom $208