We began the day having lunch with “The Ol’ Guys”, Sue’s old Boeing group who have been retiring and decided to get together every other month at Taco Surf in Sunset Beach. We had a great time swapping stories and finding out about other folks! Join the fun1
We then headed for home for a few minutes before going to Laguna and meeting with Donna and Bob at the Laguna Canyon Winery. We fooled around there buying some wine before dinner.
We drove down the canyon to the Festival Grounds parking area and carefully put our steed away for a couple of hours. We walked to “The Lumber Yard” and had dinner. Paul should NOT have done it but the pork chop special looked too inviting! Dang it was good!
We then walked across the street to the festival grounds and had a glass of wine before meeting up with everyone for the Pageant Of The Masters. We had about 30 of our group there including Mike (who backed out of doing the statue of David after he saw a picture of it).
In the 17th and 18th centuries, the desire to experience the world’s great art firsthand inspired the European tradition of continental travel on “the grand tour.” Inspired to set out on pilgrimages by land and sea to the great cultural centers of Europe, and eventually the globe, those early travelers often risked life and limb to stand in the presence of masterpieces.
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We departed Laguna at 11:00 PM and got home about midnight. Yes, we watched one Frasier before crashing!