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... along the well traveled paths that snake off from the main stretch of road. Words can't even describe how massive these trees are! We have all seen the pictures of the car driving through the redwood tree but I don't even think that does it justice! They are massive and sometimes hard to put into perspective when taking photos of them...take a look at ours!! Forgive us as we try to be ...
... of the ones made here; we particularly enjoyed the one made by Husch. Since these are not mass produced, they are only available at the wineries. Mark had done some research and we stopped at the wineries that make dry whites: Handley, Husch, and Lula. All had nice wines and we bought as well as tasted. Unfortunately Claudia Springs is only open on the weekends so we didn't get to visit them.
... 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. ...
... rent the cottage for holidays and weekends and if you do fancy a break in this incredible location here is their website for you to investigate - www.alapetitemaison.com . Mary has thought of every possible guest requirement from handmade soaps, freshly ground coffee, a bottle of wine on arrival, a bed you could sleep for weeks in and a garden to die for with different seating areas. They truly are the hostess’s with the mostess’s.
... from 10:30 to 1:00. It really makes our work time fly. There was plenty of food in the fridge for us each to make what we wanted. The girls got back and the boss gave us a different task. We unloaded 100 boxes of wine bottles, stacked them on a pallet and quickly rolled them into a temperature-controlled room set at 70 degrees. These bottles would have been thrown away but instead Le Vin got them to use for a, now lower priced rose wine. ...