Looking out West across the Coastal Range. Not a cloud in the sky today and a cold front moving in.
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Although I'd like to think of myself as a rootin', tootin', wine-makin' cowgirl, I currently only live in Sonoma part-time. Mostly I'm on freeways between San Jose and Sonoma. With two yapping terriers in crates behind me. We try to enjoy both places and points in between. Which will explain why my post subjects are all over the map.
Of Mice and Wine
October 10, 2008
When Bacchus Ruled Sonoma
August 4, 2010
Goin’ Locavore Loco
June 1, 2011
November 13, 2009
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A Yank. A Brit. Two Terriers. A Vineyard. And a Dream.
Being the true-life adventures of two city kids and two spoiled terriers as they transition to a life of winemaking and organic farming in Sonoma. You know Green Acres? It’s like that.
For applause and kudos, I’d prefer you leave a comment on a post. But if you are shy, contact me at lisa [at] leftcoastcowboys.com
More rain due on Wed and Thursday, but that’s okay. We can use it and the sun will shine in the washed air afterwards.
Went to bed in the cold and spent the morning waiting for the furnace to be fixed. False hope that the sucker just needed to be turned off and back on. When it didn’t happen last night knew we had a real problem. Circuit board was bad, but there was one at the shop.
Finally got the chill off. Cold here today, high in the twenties. Not unheard of but not frequent occurrence in central Kentucky.
Please snow/rain. The outlook for 2014 isn’t brilliant.
We definitely need more rain. Winemakers and grape growers up here are already panicking and it’s only November. But we’re starting with a deficit. I’ll take all the rain we can get. But those hot dry winds only make drought matters worse. They completely suck the moisture out of every plant.