Posts Tagged ‘Pinot Nero’
Sailing Time! I’m late for the boat! Thank goodness for the bicycle tourists. 158 bicycles today and the Sausalito Ferry is late unloading at the San Francisco Ferry Building!
It’s a picture perfect day . . . and every tourist stops and takes a photo of the SAN FRANCISCO sign on top of the Ferry Building. Meanwhile, us commuters patiently await while the aggressively dressed hard bodied young tourist girls. Today seems that Asia is the source of thin and willowy girl tourists with giggles like silver bells in the sunlight speaking a mixture of Japanese, Chinese and Tagalog . . . The last group on our commute was from Northern Europe, blonde, blonde and and occasional redhead with the throaty, hearty laughter speaking German, and Swedish!
As gracious regular riders of the Sausalito Ferry from the San Francisco Ferry Building we offer to take their picture . . . it’s so easy to be hospitable to beautiful girls whose laughter is a balm for even the most tired and care worn soul.
We live in the destination for beautiful gorgeous young women!
Tonight we’re trying a new wine, La Castella Pinot Nero (Pinot Noir) (red) 2009. Before the boat casts off we open the bottle with a highly audible POP! The young tourists look at us and smile. We pour a libation in our commute group . . . a wonderful and soft wine ready to drink immediatey. Very drinkable.
We enjoy the ride and the scenery around the boat and on the bay.
Life is Good!
Available at BevMo at 2nd bottle for $0.05.