The weather was not cooperative overnight so when I woke up to ride with the diabetes training ride the roads were still wet at the 8 AM start time. I decided it was not worth riding in the hills with tree lined roads and running the risk of a crash. and was lucky enough to find a local ride with Joe M. We ended with 29 miles and almost 1,100 ft of climbing.
My neighbor from Florida was suppose to arrive today but her flight was canceled due to the airline not having enough crew. Amazing that the airline can get away with that as an excuse. She was suppose to join a group of British car owners who were going wine tasting at Old York Cellars in West Amwell, NJ.
The group obviously went wine tasting and I was lucky enough to be invited. Here are some photos of the winery and the cars. Enjoy!
A view of the Sourland Mountain range from the winery
One of the attendees having fun
Our tour guide describing the wine selections
Immature grapes on the vine.
And now the cars.....from the rear. There was suppose to be special place for the cars to be displayed...from the front....but it didn't happen.
The red car is a 1997 Jaguar XK8 and the blue car is an 1968 MGB Roadster
A 1970 MGB roadster
A 1974 MG BGT Sabrina model
A Jaguar S Type
It was an afternoon of fun with some British people and their cars sampling NJ wine. It's a good life!