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... through the drizzle to find an eatery.
On the way we passed an extraordinary car mechanic shop. In his yard was the most amazing 1930s convertible, sparkling red and saying "buy me". There was also the most dangerous VW Beetle ever - its usual engine had been replaced by an aero engine complete with propeller (Robyn quipped she wouldn't want to push start it) and there was also a 28 cylinder engine which had been taken from a US Airforce bomber. For ...
... winery we stopped at was on the south side of the quaint town of St. Helena, the V. Sattui Winery. It is a family owned winery that was established in 1885 by Vittorio Sattui who later closes his wine making company because of prohibition in 1920. The great grandson of Vittorio, Dario Sattui, reopened the winery through a grandfather clause in 1975. The wine was excellent! We really enjoyed the tasting experience and listening to them tell you about the details of ...
... and headed for our classy abode. Unlike most Napa valley visitors who would choose to stay at a bed and breakfast or possibly a spa resort or even a lodge, we decided that a yurt was much more our style... and price range. A yurt is a permanent tent really but bigger and containing a table and chairs and a real bed. So this was very stylish for us really. Tonight as I sat and drank ...
... the age of 25 means I cannot drive the rental car (unless we wanted to add an extra $300 which we did not want to do funnily enough).
This part of the USA has lots of wind farms and their wind farms arent 20 or 30 windmills, they have hundreds maybe thousands grouped together and spread out over an area. Dustin drove through a miniature dust tornado (could hardly see it) and we encountered a problem when we realised there is a toll bridge to ...
... buildings. The Hydro Bar and Grill advertised the best burger in town, so that’s where we decided to eat. The burgers weren’t the best we’ve had, but no complaints. Judy and I spied a couple of shops we wanted to visit while Pete and Harlan went in search of ice cream. I found a few must haves at the kitchen store, and about then Harlan started texting me that it was time to move down the road. The dogs were waiting.
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