Cinnamon Bear Creekside Inn
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... river. It is just outside of Santa Rosa, 1/2 hour drive away. Some of the best Pinot Noir and C******ney are grown here. Many other growing areas, Alexander valley, Dry Creek, Chalk Hill to name a few. But, I'm getting ahead of myself. We arrived and got settled. I was exhausted from the travel day even though we only drove for 3 hours. Mom and dad stopped for lunch on the way down at Francis Coppolla winery. They had lunch, I hung ...
... looked very close to our age), his aunt, and his older brother.
It was only after we reached the end of the paved trail and started back that I realized I had been pushing Katie uphill the whole time. Pushing her wheelchair downhill was actually more difficult, as it required a tighter grip and a constant pulling motion to keep the chair under control.
When we got back Anne and Grant shopped at the gift shop and ended up getting a great Muir ...
... thick layer of fog blanketing the top of the GGB. It was really interesting to learn about the numerous microclimates of the Bay Area. Once we arrived to Sausalito, we explored the shops and streets a bit before decided to eat lunch at Bridgeway Cafe. We ate outside facing the water. I ordered the shrimp and avocado sandwich, Matt ordered the Turkey ...
The morning started off bright and early as I make my way to meet up with J for a tour through wine country. As I navigate the streets of San Francisco, I decide to go and drive that famed street, the most crooked street ever, Lombard Street. I find my way there, and of course it's full of tourists. I make my way down in my awesome black Fiat, slowly navigating the road. As I do so, my car and I get captured ...
... Rich loves trees and is really pleased we came here. We reach Cathedral Grove with both little people carried on shoulders. There are signs asking people to 'Enter Quietly'. We do our best impressions of quiet little mice, and tiptoe through the forest. We tell Dylan the trees will fall down if he makes too much noise. He doesn't believe us.
Lunch on the move today as we have lots to cram in, and very little time. We head ...