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Haight Street San Francisco March 2002
Napa accross the bridge.
Rented a car for a day visit to the wine country for old times sake. Years ago we'd drive west and fill up on wine for the trip back home. Air travel leaves wine buying out. Saw no wine but heavy weekend traffic on every road. Seemed much less fun and more like suburban sprawl. Napa in particular was disappointing. The rural feel is gone, probably has been for years. The boutique (luxury) shopping outlets caught Maggie's eye. She did the Coach stop. Loved it. I snoozed in the car while she shopped after nice Napa-esque lunch. (Continued . . . )
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