One In A Million Coincedence
Went up to the Napa Valley this weekend.
On Sunday, headed out on Mount Veeder Road to stop at Chateau Potelle for the wife (it's one of her favorite wineries). This road is way off the beaten path -- and is a hoot to drive.
Absolutely picture perfect day. Great driving road (canyon with elevation changes and lots of turns). Nobody around. We're buzzing around a corner when a guy in a perfect mid-1960's GTO convertible shoots by the other way. Red with white interior. We both looked at each other as we went by.
Later on, we stopped by the Rutherford Grill. Guess who's there. Parked next to the car -- but couldn't find the driver because the place was an absolute madhouse. Would've left a card -- but ran out earlier in the day.
What was interesting is that there were all kinds of great cars tooling around the Valley all weekend. The big buck Ferraris, Astons and Bentleys were out in force -- but there were also tons of Mustang GTs and Chargers floating around, too. And there were some pretty amazing classics. There was a 1954 Cadillac coupe in the Beringer Vineyard parking lot that looked like it just came from the factory.
All in all, not a bad weekend...