After work, I went over to my friend Carolyn’s house in Dundee. On the way over, I stopped by the Dundee Bistro and bought a bottle of chilled grower’s Champagne, as the attached Ponzi Wine Bar was closed. I headed a few streets over to Carolyn’s, and we opened the bubbly and enjoyed the creamy texture and larger bubbles. It was rich and lush with a hint of pink from Pinot Noir skin.
I played with Carolyn’s kids until we drove up into the red hills of Dundee. Being there made me miss living there. I used to live in a great little cottage on 9th Street before I moved to Seattle. I loved that cottage, and miss it despite the fact that I am really happy in my new place.
Carolyn took me to a vineyard site to photograph me. After getting a bunch of shots in, we went down Fairview Road toward Red Hills Road where there was an old shack at a crossroad. Carolyn took more photos of me by the shack. And finally, we went back to her place for another round of photos in her back yard. I’m going to use some of these shots on my up-and-coming website relaunch. Here are some samples of Carolyn’s lovely work: