Windrose Romantic Cottages
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... just for the day and have a swim but probably it was for amusement. We didn’t try their wines because they charged USD 15 per person for tasting.
- David Coffaro Vineyard & Winery. Ben actually called before because he knew the owners of the vineyard, so we got wine tasting for free (normally it was USD 5). I tried Zinfandel and Petite Sirah. While I liked Zinfandel very much, Petite Sirah wasn’t so good (too strong and too much alcohol). This was ...
... Mendocino and Sonoma Counties, we saw LOTS of vineyards and some winery names we herd of, Kendall Jackson and Parducci, and lots we didn't know. We also saw lots of somewhat brown-yellow tops on some of the vines. Not enough water? Anyway, we also saw a brush fire on a hilltop way in the distance. Hopefully, nothing damaging too much property.
Oh yeah, we experienced (albeit driving in the car) temperatures from the mid-50's to 102 degrees ...
... on. Someone outbid them. Very tough market right now in Seattle. Houses are put on the market at one price and then purchased at a much higher price. What should be a fun journey-buying your first house together-is turning into disappointment. Hope they find something suitable soon that they don't get outbid on.
So far this has been quite a relaxing adventure. So glad that we are retired and can do this.
Oxbow Market on First Street was the perfect start for our pre-booked tour. We met our guide, Maria, and Peggy and Scott from Indiana, and began our tasting tour at 11:00 a.m. What better way to start a day-- a superb C Casa breakfast taco of eggs, cheese, avocado, and tomato served on a lovely patio bathed in brilliant sunshine on a picture-perfect day in ...
... for travelling. Taking some comfortable Tevas instead of flip flops. Taking jeans, a nice shirt, and some black canvas topped shoes (cheap, from walmart, might be ditching them somewhere if I need room for a jacket) so I can dress like a normal person sometimes. My regular clothes are some REI travel pants (lightweight, zippered pockets), tshirt, hiking boots/sandals and of course a dorky looking wide brimmed hat. Taking an electric shaver for my ...