Had a great weekend on this July4th weekend. Dan, Kim, Maria and I went up to Lake Willoughby and then went to my family camp on Lake Seymour. Here are some photos (I’m a little annoyed that you can’t add tags to photos in Web Picasa):
Been too busy to blog. We hit the ground running yesterday. Well, actually we were biking. Tim and Christina lent us their mountain bikes and we bike 16 miles along the bay, over the Golden Gate Bridge, into Sausalito and ending in Tiburon. It took us a bout four hours because we kept stopping in awe of the sites.
(the photos may look different because I’m switching back to Picasa from Flickr. Flickr is a pain and I’ve finally decided I don’t like it as much. You can click on the slide shows to see the individual photos)
Today was equally busy. Tim lent us his car and we headed for Tiburon at 8 a.m. We drove to Muir Woods and walked around there for an hour and a half or so. It was incredible. The trees are enormous and average between 500 and 800 years old.
After the morning walk we went to three different vineyards in Sonoma. We started at Vianis where we bought a bottle of wine and a couple of delicious pizzas for lunch. We then moved on to another which I won’t try to spell. It sounds like, “gun lock bun shoe.” The wine there was great. Finally, we headed to Larson Family vineyard. That one was much more whimsical that the other two.
After the vineyard trips, we dropped Kris, Spunk and Liz off at there hotel and met Tim and Christina for burritos. We then headed to the Oakland Colosseum for the Red Sox vs A’s. Sox ended up losing, but it was a better game then the score tells.
Not totally sure what tomorrow holds for us. It’s the last day of this West Coast swing. We may do some more vineyards, maybe stay in the city, who knows.