Post Lunch Activities Winery (Page Nine)
Two short blocks to the station!
Did You Know? - The Old Bob Woolever’s Tire Shop was vacant and abandoned, looking like a sad scar in the downtown “Funk Zone.” Christian Garvin swung by one night on the way to dinner and thought the space looked mighty enticing. After a dinner drink or two, he returned to the old shop and sat in the parking lot for about an hour. With Santa Barbara Winery right across the street and Craig Jaffurs just around the corner, it seemed ideal.
A phone call to a few friends filled the place up quicker than you can say “rotate the tires,” and Cellar 205 was born (now Oreana Winery). The tire shop had some great winemaking attributes including lots of electric power concrete floors and a brick structure that is ideal for climate control and barrel storage.
The girls were drinking... The boys gave up!
Looks like a tire shop
Listening with baited breath
The older guys ust waited while the girls tasted
"Wazz a boy like me doing in a place like this???"
"Here is to anyone"
"Are you all done yet? We need our naps!"
Tipsy is one word for it...
That would be us!
"Here's to anyone again!"
Donna makes a selection!
Wondering Back To The Train
hic! hic! hic!
:No no... Not another step!"