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Private Wine Tour for Two
"We will take you to 4 beautiful premium wineries/tasting rooms and serve you a delicious picnic lunch at one of the locations. We make the reservations and select the wineries based on your preferences and our 15 years experience. If you would prefer to we may be able to negotiate depending on our route but we will apply tasting fees in addition to our pricing.Lunch Options Choose one item per person from the list below either a sandwich or a salad:SANDWICHESComes with a side of organic sliced carrots and celery with ranch dressing & sides of house mustard and mayonnaise. Oven Roasted Turkey Breast: fresh focaccia with swiss cheese lettuce tomato
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Santa Barbara Wine Lovers Tour
"Join Santa Barbara County wine experts for an amazing day! You will be joined by others but the group will not exceed 10 guests per vehicle. Keeping groups small and personable allows access to the best selection of wineries vineyards cellars and tasting rooms in the beautiful Santa Ynez Valley. The tour includes pickup at your location (See Schedule and Pricing under Important Info for approximate timing) tasting fees at four custom-selected locations with a wonderful balance of wineries vineyards cellars
From $137.00
 
Private Party Bus Tour in the Santa Ynez Valley
"No trip to the Santa Ynez Valley or Santa Barbara is complete without a tour of the nearby wineries and this offer helps you do just that - in style and fun-filled.  After establishing your pick-up location and pick up time you will be greeted by your friendly driver and guide in a fun mini party bus complete with bluetooth audio LED lights dance pool and a complimentary bottle of champagne water and soft drinks. Watch scenic vineyards and rolling hills zip by as you embark for your first winery.  In the spring and the summer
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Purple Sage~

Cleveland & Purple Sage was used for body rub to hide hunters scent. I imagine it was used a lot back then:)
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Barracks~Cuartel

This is where the soldiers lived, ate, and slept while serving at the mission.Do you see the colorful shield on the wall, its is a turtle shell.
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Trail

This path leads to the vegetable garden, pig pen, blacksmith shop, spring house and water system.
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Padre's Payera's Room~Cuarto del Padre

Each California mission was managed by two Franciscan padres. One oversaw the administration and business affairs, while the other handled spiritual matters.
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Guest Room~Cuarto para Visitas

Ship's captains, furt trappers, and travelers often stayed at the mission. Luxurious rooms, good meals, and friendly conversations were trademarks of the padres' hospitality.
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Mission Store~La Tienda de la Mision'

Mission inhabitants and visitors could trade their goods or services for everyday items and, occasionally, an imported luxury item.
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Mayordomo's Apartment~Apartamento del Mayordomo

As ranch manager, the mayordomo was resposible for the mission's livestock and farms. A retired soldier might mill this position while waiting for his promised land grant.
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Olive Mill & Press~Prensa y Molina de Olivas

Using burro power, olives were ground in the mill. The mash was placed in cloth bags and squeezed in the screw press to produce olive oil.
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Master Weaver's~Apartamento del Maestro Tejedor

This skilled craftsman taught the Indians spinning and weaving. As manager of the mission's wool industry, he worked for room, board, and a smally salary.
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Patio~

The courtyard was the work area of the mission. Here, mission Indians prepared meals, made soap, carded wool and performed many other tasks of daily life.
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Soldier's Apartment~Apartamento del Soldado

The apartment of a married soldiers stationed on Spain's New World frontier contained very few luxuries.
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Corporal's Apartment ~Apartamento del Cabo

The highest ranking officer at the mission received orders from the presidio (fort) in Santa Barbara. His commander decided if the soldiers would cooperate with the pastres.
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Waste Drain

The mission Padres taught the Chumash Indians how to make soap from beef tallow and lye. The small aqueduct drained the waste water from the vat.
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The Mission's bell tower

In comparison to other California missions, La Purisima, for the most part, is low profile and down to earth. The bell tower is the only part of its architecture that tries to be grand.
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"Lompoc~La Purisima Mission State Historic Park~"
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"ECARPIO's New Lompoc Page"
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"Lompoc, Really Surf Beach"
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"Lompoc, the city of murals."
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