The Hopland Inn
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... a relaxing day in Crescent City.
city itself is actually pretty ugly. It was almost completely destroyed
by a tsunami in 1964. An earthquake near Prince William Island, Alaska
brought huge waves.
After that the remained residents build it up quickly and without any architectural landmarks.
thing that is really interesting is the lighthouse which is only accessible during low tide. We were lucky, the ...
... on hillsides and flat lands. In the 128 km we travelled today we passed more than 40 wineries. Not all the wineries are open to the public but we did stop at the Meyer Family Cellars and spoke with the owner. They were in the process of transferring the grape juice into oak barrels for the second
fermentation process. We were surprised that the equipment (press, vats, barrels) were all outside and not in a huge sterile building. It was not what I expected at ...
... out of such an idea.
And I think people in the future who have travelled more could be at an advantage relative to those who don’t. The best workers will be coming from all over, not just a few countries as has been the case up until recently. It will matter more, one’s travels. I hope.
Look around travel is becoming more difficult. Gas prices through the roof because of turmoil in the Middle East. No solution on the horizon. ...
... Brit named Amelia whose Mom had the lovely British lack of a chin and somebody needs to send dentists to England pronto. Amelia enjoyed my tray table while I was sleeping, but finally fell asleep. Off to pick up my van, cross the Golden Gate Bridge (lovely shrouded in high fog) and up to Hopland. The drive was great after I got out of Friday rush hour traffic. But there was always ...
... kitchen with Eric and Holly in the mix. The food turned out great, with everyone raving about it. We talked about how great a group of WWOOFers we are and about our plans for the year. We tasted some old Le Vin wine that Eric found out in the bar today. Matthew had put on Dixie Chicks for dinner. Overall it was not too melancholy - that will come later.
We chilled for bit with more music and some of us played a few rounds of Bananagrams. That was for ...