The weather was decent, if not spectacular. We saw very little sun or blue sky, but some fairly dramatic clouds. At least it was warm and pleasant, and we never felt uncomfortable.
We made several stops, but there wasn't much organization or order to the proceedings. We drove back and forth across the county several times, backtracking and circling and ending up passing the same landmarks more than once. Maybe it was better that way, because nobody ended up hammered. We just didn't drink enough to get blasted, and the drives in between the wineries were long enough to tone down any buzz we got.
I'm glad I was driving, although I made up for falling behind on the wine drinking once we got back to Suzanne and John's house for the barbecue. Even though I was fine while I was driving, I'll still feel it in the morning. I'm happy about the way things worked out, though, and I'm glad I finally got to meet Tammy after hearing about her for the last few weeks. She's funny and irreverent, a lot like David. They're very amusing together, and I've never seen him happier in a relationship. They seem to be good for each other, which is a pretty positive sign.