1011 Soscal Ferry
There was seafood, noodles
and bell peppers were involved.
Hmmm... isn't it embarrassing
when you have a really good meal, but wait so long to write up your review
that you can't really remember what you had? Well, it would be but, well,
one of the more rewarding aspects of getting older is not getting
embarrassed when you flub. As time passes its just
happened so often that a
big "whatever, nothing to see here" attitude develops.
Anyway, mom and I stopped
at this quaint little restaurant on the way back from the Candlelight tour
of the Napa Victorian houses.
There was a bit of a wait
to get seated (Christmas party in the main room), but it was well worth
And I think there was cheese
involved. Whatever it was that I ate, it was very numy. I barely managed
to not overeat the whole thing and save a bit for breakfast the next day.
Whatever mom had was also
good, involved a red meat (Beef?) and some sort of sweet red sauce.
All of which is a good example
of what Ra meant when he told Thoth, in Plato's Phaedrus, that the ability
to write will/does destroy people's ability to remember things. If I haven't
written it down, then very often my brain feels positively sieve like.
Or maybe I'm stretching the
Good eats, median prices
(for Napa) and a nice wine selection.