Lots of T's were very reluctant to start. Ray and Grover both needed a 12V kick to light off. But we finally hit the road at 9:00. Traveled through some beautiful farmland, lots of dairies and lots of happy cows. You know how you can tell a happy cow, it is lying down in a nice green pasture and ruminating about the state of the world instead of standing up eating.
I may have found my next project, people actually turned around to get a picture of this, (Peder)
As we got close to the coast it got really cold and windy. Everybody was stopping and putting on the cold weather gear, not too stylish but who cares?
Our route took us along Tomales Bay, and that means BBQ'ed OYSTERS!!! Can you believe it, I was the only one who had a plateful, so what if it was only 10 o'clock. John Guzzetta would have joined me.
He actually has a soda fountain in his man cave, and an original Dreyers Ice Cream sign which we had to get Ed and Karen in front of for a picture.