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... mountains, and the views were pretty good but clouds and fog were blocking views of the mountains in the distance to the east. I didn’t think much of it until I started seeing signs for Mount Shasta and realized that it was blocked by the clouds. Bummer, but no big deal. But then about ten miles later we went around a butte and I looked back and had an amazing view of Mount Shasta – not a cloud in ...
... visits that makes an impression on you---or at least it did me. I like the idea of being able to take a gondola to the top, drink wine in a BEAUTIFUL setting, then ski back down to the base and car. Wait a minute---that must be the wine talking, as there wasn't ANY snow today. Even if you CAN'T ski off this hill, it STILL is a neat experience to ascend to the castle winery via a gondola tram.
Once again--ALL 6 tastings ...
... down there is being considered.
What some folks call Wine Country, I call Tofu County. On my many visits to Tofu County I have pretty much sucessfully avoided the whole, snooty, winery scene. Not that I have anything against wine. Its just not really my thing, like alcohol in general. The huge hippie population in NoCal/wine country/TC shares far more with me, personality trait-wise, than do the winos.
But what a lovely area. Hot and dry for the most part, and ...
... to be built in this beautiful location. Needless to say another popular spot the tasting room was bustling with eager wine tasters and we savoured our last few glasses of wine for the day.
On the way back, surprisingly everyone was still mostly sober, we stopped off at the CIA, Culinary Institute of America where we enjoyed some amazing food to go with all the wine and complete the theme of indulgence for the ...
... that she just “had to have”.
On the way out of town we saw the sign for “Old Faithful of California”. Well, having seen Old Faithful a few weeks ago in Yellowstone, we thought we would give it a try. There are actually three geysers in the world that erupt on a regular schedule and go by the name “Old Faithful”. This one was similar to and quite different from the other. First of all, the one in Yellowstone is ...