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... going on tonight - something else we didn't check on before. We're staying here because it is close to our friends Collin and Sue Lewis. Collin graduated from high school with us and at our 50th reunion last June, we told them we would probably be in CA this fall. They said to stop in, so we did! They have a lovely house in the hills of Santa Rosa - quite a beautiful town - and are quite the wine connoisseurs. We told them we ...
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Chris met me at the bus stop and grabbed my bag and put it in his Land Rover. It was about 4am UK time and I hadn’t slept on the plane. However I weirdly wasn’t that tired. We drove through the bay area of San Fran to Belvedere where Chris lives. He said as he has a lodger that we would be sleeping on his yacht, so I dropped my suitcase and we headed to the docks. Chris showed me the ropes of the what not to ...
... of vast vineyards lined mountains, one more time before making our way to Oregon. We took the back-country road route where we saw plenty of horse and cow pastures. This also lead us to my first encounter with a fish hatchery. It was a beautiful location and neat to learn about the breeding process of fish in efforts to replenish their ...
... of humor and wonderful wine.
Later in the day we went to Envolve Wine Tasting Room. You may have heard of the winery if you are a Bachelor/Bachelorette reality TV show fan. Ben Flajnik, a former bachelor, owns this winery with a couple of his close friends. We couldn't be in Sonoma wine tasting and not stop by his wine room. While we were there we had wonderful service, great wine, and the most amazing ...
... nice things had been said by my good friend LP (Lonely Planet). This required driving the legendary Highway 1.
Before coming to the States I'd heard a lot about the California Route 1 (AKA Highway 1), a mostly single-lane 655 mile winding road that hugs the Pacific from Mendocino in the north, to Orange County in the South. The views are supposedly breath-taking, and it is relatively common to spot ...