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Today we left Oregon and drove into CA. We were still in the mountainous area so the scenery was mostly pine trees and foothills. Then, all of a sudden, we saw this huge mountain in the distance. We kept driving closer and closer and we went around a big curve in the road and there it was - Mt. Shasta, another 14,000' mountain in the Cascade Range.
If you look at a topographical map of the west, you can ...
... and the Doc for a few minutes. It was a seriously cool car and we got a lot of attention with people taking photos and waving a lot. Really surreal!
We managed to get to the top of the bay hills and the view was amazing. I got some great pictures of the bay and Golden Gate bridge and of course of the Delorean. We then headed via the long route back to Sausalito and had a coffee. We had a nice chat then headed home to the boat after a long ...
... to take it all in but instead found one of the stiffest breezes of the trip so far, and it chased us back to the car in spite of the relatively mild 65 degree temps. Onward north, stopping at a thrift store along the way to pick us some goods; then we headed east toward Sonoma and the Napa Valley, arriving mid-afternoon to 80 degree temperatures, little wind and bright sunshine….just the thing to put spirits in high-gear.
We took a walk ...
... museum with interesting facts about the valley's history. Forth, Benziger: winery is focused on biodynamic cultivation and magic. Putting cow horns into the earth and spraying teas overs the plants. Anyway, the white wines were pretty good. So were the red wines. Exclusive, expensive, crazy owners but very good wine. Fifth, Imagery: very good desert wine. Benzigers sister (same owner) the Imagery winery had also good white wines. Also ...
Once inside the woods, it was dank and cool, but the trees are amazingly tall and straight. The other vegetation was great to see – especially the mosses and lichens growing all the trees. There was a stream running through and it was absolutely beautiful throughout. All too soon, it was time to leave and we de our way to the pretty little seaside town of Sausilito. This is a quaint village with a number of art galleries, exclusive boutiques, ...