Madrona Manor Wine Country Inn and Restaurant
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... welcomed us by pronouncing we must be travelling as dressed like that. The cheek. I had made an effort. After finishing at the second place we found a reasonably priced restaurant to soak up the wine. The town was quaint and unassuming. More Michelin restaurants per person than anywhere else in the world (or so they say) and there was me eating pulled pork and ribs watching the end of a baseball game. Stay classy ...
... breaking hard. Sure was pretty to look at but we didn't want to get real close to the water.
From the coast we headed to the first winery of the day- Kenwood. Had a few really good wines and bought a few bottles to ship home. All that driving made us a little hungry so we found a great deli that made as huge very good sandwiches. We had a bottle of wine to drink before we had to ...
Set off for Petaluma at 10 am today and arrived at noon. Now comfortably parked in the Elks RV park with full hookups. Although I was dreading the drive through San Francisco on 19th Street, it was the easiest part of the trip. Over the Golden Gate Bridge and through Marin County traffic proved more challenging.
I'm including a couple pictures of the MH slide out so you can see the extra space it ...
On our second day in Sonoma, we had planned to rent bikes and travel to different wineries, thank goodness we had been driving with Raymond to see that the roads we would be on were a little too busy and narrow for us to be comfortable. Instead we drove to Sonoma Lake, then back to Healdsburg for more wine tasting.
Sonoma Lake was created in the 1980's with a large earthen damn, it is a fairly large lake. ...
... next door and we happily gathered around the warmth of a small wood stove as he turned a bowl and several other items on his lathe.
The redwood bowls and other pieces were beautiful. I had to resist the urge to bring something home. But as Lars keeps reminding me..."We're downsizing"!
All too soon we were on our way back to Santa Rosa and our dinner gathering.
It was a lovely busy day.