Ten years ago one could hit most of the wineries out east in a day, and better yet, taste all their wines for free. Nowadays, there are far more wineries (about thirty), which all charge for tastings, but it's still always a fun time. This time, we made it to nine wineries (Roanoke, Macari, Shinn, Sherwood House, Pugliese, Bedell, Lenz, Corey Creek, Osprey's Dominion), plus a farm stand, and had a yummy seafood dinner overlooking Peconic Bay. And as a bonus, we hit no traffic either way. That in itself made it a great day.
(Sue complained that nine wineries was a couple wineries too much, but my rule is that if I'm driving, everyone else has to get drunk for me!)
The rest of the weekend was mellow: Saturday we didn't do much (saw Pirates of the Caribbean - not as good as the first, but enjoyable enough), and today we didn't do much (had dinner at the tennis club with our neighbors - the food and service isn't that great, but our neighbors are enjoyable enough).
We also went to the gym today (first time in over a month for me - over six months for Sue), and I'm already sore. My parents are coming tomorrow, and we still haven't finished cleaning. Plus it's back to work tomorrow. If I only had a few bottles of wine to help me forget...