Hey kids, this is the way it goes. Â Half the fun is going to these places is that they are often beautiful and a joy to experience. Â Sure they sell stuff that’s often quite nice as well, but if it was just about the product, we could save the time and gas and walk two blocks to the store.
Our final visit this trip was Sokol Blosser. Â I still love the name. Â I don’t know what it means, but it sounds like some kind of sumo-wrestler Norwegian death-metal band. Â “SOKOL BLOSSER!!!! OOOOOOOAAAOAOAOAOHDOFAHOFHOAOAOAOAOAOAOA!!!!!”
Here’s the deal with Sokol Blosser. Â They’re all Pinot. Â Joyce and I find pinot to be somewhat bland, on the whole. Â Other people enjoy them, but to me the Sokol BlosserÂ Â $15 general red is a better deal than their entry-level $70 pinot bottle.
Their new tasting building â€“ gorgeous, except it’s so new it actually stinks of pine wood. Â This is where we should have some science about how scent affects taste, you’ll just have to google that on your own time. Â Â Let me tell you this – the view up there is awesome. Â Joe-Bob says, “Check it out!”
How did we get here anyway?
Here we are pulling into The Vintages “RV Resort” with Betsy Rose, our 1961 Shasta Airflyte reissue camper. Â She’s brand-new, built in 2015 but 95% true to the 1961 design. Â The Vintages is fun because they have a whole selection of vintage trailers to rent. Â Quite fun!