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October 29, 2008


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Wish I had been there, I think I would have been pretty winded too! Though it appears that it was fun! Were you required to write anything once you got to the end of it! :)

No iPhone, but you had a video camera!

Ryan: I made a joke about us having to hurry back to the conference because we were now on deadline. Response was mixed ;)

Becky: Stop reminding me that I'm a no-iPhone-having loser!

Nice summary Lenn and beautiful pictures! That really was my favorite part of the weekend. I think we were all in agreement that we wouldn't have minded hanging out at those picnic tables a little longer!

I agree with Erika. Next time I'm bringing my bocce balls to that hilltop setting, and we'll waive all deadlines! Now if they'll only have that Sauv. Blanc and the Rockaway ready for pouring....

Hey Lenn,
Good pics and video my friend. Dude, I couldn't tell you were winded at all, and was glad you joined in for the fun!! :) As with Erika and Russ, it was definitely one of the highlights of the trip, being an outdoor enthusiast as well as a wine enthusiast.

John...I was only able to get those pictures because I kept stopping to take them (and to get a little break as to not keel over).

nice job reporting on your hike--and thanks for stopping to save your heart and take some photos to share!

interesting vid on trellis which allows machinery to pick...

I've got a lengthy post up on the walk through Quivira's biodynamic vineyard but no vid or pics!

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