It is amazing what is so obvious can be so hard to grasp in times of stress. One can go years and years without recognizing the obvious. Hindsight really is quite devastating because it is sarcastically so clear.
My car is 8 1/2 years old, and it is turning into a piece of shit. Small dents peppered everywhere, fuel gauge doesn't work, the engine sputter all the time . . . . Yet, I have no plan of letting it go.
Of course, I am always looking for ways to make my picture much worse. So the color was added back on for a bad measure. Which version do you hate more??? Boy, my sarcasm is up and running tonight at 2:05 am.
Not that I was ever all that ever inspired anyway, but I am running out of inspiration. Perhaps very much like a writer's block. So I went back and browsed through many of my lame pictures and try something different. My photography buddy from Finland and I have been catching a square format bug, and combined with a B & W bug, it made it possible to present you with yet another lame ass picture.
Wines are hit and miss at Temecula still. That is not quite the case at Napa Valley. But that is understandable. Refinement process takes time.
However, the food is a bit more consistent, I say. Here at Baily winery, the food was very good, but wine is alright. If you are after good wine, I say you pass this winery on your right, and proceed to Duffo.
If you get off of freeway 15 at Rancho California road, and then head north, you will see one winery after another. If you are into good wine, I say you skip all of them and go straight to this place. They are about 8 miles from the freeway, and it is on the right hand side.
They are the smallest winery in Temecula. Unlike all the other, there is no restaurant there, although if you join their wine club (for free and we did), you will be invited to their wine tasting parties, where the wife of the owner will cook for everybody.
The owner family is the nicest. They are originally from Argentina. Very friendly. The tasting is reservation only, but you can just show up there, and they will open the door for you.
It didn't look like much from the shore, but once you get close to it via the pier that sicks out there, you can see how rough it was. Surfers were by and large wiping out, not catching much of the waves.