Tonight’s Vintage

Is a Rancho Zabaco zinfandel (2002). Unlike most zinfandel’s I was familiar with, this one’s actually a deep, meaty red. Quite tasty. Not only that, but you can get yourself a bottle for $10.

Went bike riding today, and went wandering around the ice floes at the beach. I love living near water.

In case you can’t tell, yes, I’m rather bored out of my mind, which is why I’m sitting here at the computer, waiting for some brilliant story idea to come over me so I can afford to go to Glasgow in August.

Brilliance remains illusive.

It’s going to be a long weekend. Bear with me.

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