Silver Rose Inn Spa & Winery Resort
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... and the only traffic problem is once you get to Santa Rosa, which I don’t have to do all that often.
I also got a P.O. Box here today, and a local Trac Phone. Need to have a local number if I want to get work here. It is beginning to feel real. This is my new home. Yahoo!
It was a wonderful day. Dave let me help a bit with the floor by cleaning the glue up behind him. It made the process much faster. We made ...
... that help determine when is the right time for harvesting. We then, had a tasting master class by the same resident professor on the influence of the barrels (neutral, French oak and American oak) on the profile of the wine. Steve, Joan, how great time we are having! Thanks so much.
In the evening, nice dinner at Farmstead, where they grow their ...
... 8217;s boat. Once on board I jumped into a seat and was introduced to Jib’s son Will and a Chinese and Filipino lady too. We headed out of the marina into the bay and Jib and Will talked about the race. The race? I didn’t realise we were racing? Chris didn’t tell me much it seems. Once headed out we got going to the sound of a shotgun. It was quite a short race towards Sausalito.
Chris spent most of the race watching whilst Will and Jib manned the ...
... However, Napa is much like any other small city, only it has some giant mansion vineyards on the outskirts. We luckily stayed in the downtown part of Napa. This seemed to satisfy both Grant and me. He loves the views, nature, vast spaces, and I love the happening, close proximity, and fun to be had. This may seem contradictory, but our hotel fit both bills.
Happy Trails to You!
We slept in this morning and made stick biscuits over the fire for breakfast. Then we got ready and went to Sterling Vineyard for a winery tour, one of the many in Napa Valley, California. It was pretty fun seeing how they made the wine and aged it in the barrels. It was the only winery tour in the world that had a lift to go to the actual building ...