I've been travelling for the past week and haven't been able to write up any reader questions, so I thought I'd show a photo or two of California's Marin and Sonoma coastal area, some of the best convertible country on earth. The caveat is that the roads are so bad (one survey has them as the worst in California, if not the United States) that it's not high performance car territory. No, it's best when experienced in an open car, like a Morgan Plus 8, at 35 miles per hour.
The weather makes the coast a perfect place for wearing tweed (a guarantee that it can't be found locally). Much of the year, the temperature is cool. A third of the time it's wet, half of the time it's foggy and half the time it's sunny.
Outdoor activities include hiking, golf, birding, whale watching, horseback riding, and driving from one winery to another with the top open. I'm the guy wearing the flat cap with a cigar in his mouth.