Maurice Carrie - We need champagne
The crape myrtle was beautiful in the bright sunlight
Check the flag... It is moving with the breeze
The windmill was really moving
Did You Know? - Multi-bladed wind pumps can be found worldwide and are manufactured in the United States, Argentina, China, New Zealand, and South Africa.
A 16 ft (4.8 m) diameter wind pump can lift up to 1600 US gallons (about 6.4 metric tons) of water per hour to an elevation of 100 ft with a 15 to 20 mph wind (24–32 km/h).
A properly designed wind pump begins working in a 3-4 mph (5 to 6.5 km/h) wind. Wind pumps require little maintenance—usually only a change of gear box oil annually.
An estimated 60,000 wind pumps are still in use in the United States. They are particularly attractive for use at remote sites where electric power is not available and maintenance is difficult to provide.
There is a lot of truth to this!
Would you call this "Cats Up"
That should fit inside my coat jacket quite easily!
A beautiful sight... Anywhere
The chandelier was beautiful from the inside
Oh oh... We must be in trouble (Courtesy of Ed Roberts)
Donna brings the tastes out to Sue (Courtesy of Ed Roberts)
"Well.... Where is mine?"
The girls bounce out of the car and head to the door
Great shoulder warmers (Courtesy of Ed Roberts)
Brand new and already winning awards
What is she thinking? Dime for your thoughts!
They made Donna walk a chalk line before they would give us a taste!
They look too serious
Great friends... Great times (Courtesy of Ed Roberts)
All smiles... The wine must be good!
A decision is about to be born!
Colleen and Pablo made the day... So good to see them again!
We like having Pablo around... He talks to the waiter
They make the wine next door and you can see it through large plate glass windows
Did You Know? - Flat glass, sheet glass or plate glass is a type of glass, initially produced in plane form, commonly used for windows, glass doors, transparent walls, and windshields. For modern architectural and automotive applications, the flat glass is sometimes bent after production of the plane sheet.
Flat glass stands in contrast to container glass (used for bottles, jars, cups) and glass fiber (used for thermal insulation, in fiberglass composites, and optical communication).
Glass for flat glass has a higher magnesium oxide and sodium oxide content than container glass, and a lower silica, calcium oxide, and aluminium oxide content. (From the lower soluble oxide content comes the better chemical durability of container glass against water, which is required especially for storage of beverages and food).
Most flat glass is soda-lime glass, produced by the float glass process.
Put them to work ... Donna asked about the purple cows outside the building
We showed her
Grapes go up... Juice comes down... It's the third law of physics
When you play "Hide and Seek" in a winery, always hide in the vat!
"Hey Sue... Let's fill it up!"
The girls have a great idea
"Sue... Have you seen Bob?"
Bob had a glass of wine at lunch so he could be part of the adventure
even though he was still in the OC
Definitely here is spirit
No... He was playing possum! Paul & Ed had to drive to so we ceased the tastings
No one around... Very quite outside
The tasting room was large and quite "formal"
Made for blending wine! Five at a time!