To The Laguna Winery With Bob & Donna

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A Winery In Laguna Canyon? Impossible.... Or So We Thought!

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz
A hidden treasure

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz
We were so pleasantly surprised..... Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz
Recognize this? The first of the whale paintings used on the Long Beach Convention Center

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz
Checkout the photographer in the reflection...

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz
Here comes Donna and Bob in the new Jag....

Inside Where It Is Cool!

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz
Barrels resting with their tummies full

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz
The owner (Marlowe) was delightful... We laughed and giggled for an hour or more!

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz
Glasses are lined up and ready to go

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz
They are collecting many ribbons from the wine tasting events... Several from Orange County Fair

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz
Having fun with friends

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz
Located right on Laguna Canyon Road

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz
We labeled him but UPS would not take him!

Off To Lunch At The Sundried Tomato Restaurant

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz
We found this guy hitch hiking!

Did You Know? - Hitchhiking (also known as thumbing, tramping, hitching, autostop (in Spanish) or thumbing up[citation needed] a ride) is a means of transportation that is gained by asking people, usually strangers, for a ride in their automobile or other road vehicle to travel a distance that may either be short or long. The latter may require many rides from different people; a ride is usually, but not always, free.

If the hitchhiker wishes to indicate that they need a ride, they may simply make a hand gesture (signs are also used). In North America and the UK, the gesture involves extending the hitchhiker's arm toward the road and sticking the thumb of their outstretched hand upward with the hand closed. In other parts of the world, it is more common to use a gesture where the index finger is pointed at the road. This cultural difference stems partly from an alternate offensive meaning for the thumbs up gesture in parts of Europe and Asia (see mention of Iran and Iraq in the article on Obscene gesture)

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz
Slurp... Gurgle.. Splish... Splash! Dang, it sounded good!

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz
Mirror mirror on the wall....

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz
OMG... there is two of them!

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz
Do not spill a drop!

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz

Off To The Sawdust Festival

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz
For $4.50 he spits water just like a fountain

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz
Ah... Bob, this is a fountain not a .... Ah.... Oh dear


Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz
Sue finds a little friend

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz
Love the waterfall.... Nice sound and cool

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz
The baby gets a lot of attention

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz
OK... Where next?

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz
We found a way to get into Art-A-Fair

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz
Time for a glass of wine and some stuffed jalapenos

Did You Know? - Jalape?o poppers, also called armadillo eggs, are an appetizer; jalape?os are stuffed with cheese, usually cheddar or cream cheese, breaded or wrapped in bacon, and cooked.

Laguna Winery with Bob and Donna Zaitz
So, Donna tries to answer her phone... Please watch the movie

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