Amador Harvest Inn
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It's been a long time in the planning but the day to leave for our New Zealand RV adventure is finally here We are all packed up and we are ready to go. Went to start the car and nothing. What the heck? That's okay we just jump started it but ...
... the plates of with cheese and then added some hot water to make the food warm. One plate even had some whipped cream on it. I was amazed about the care taken in preparing their food.
After allowing dinner to digest, we ended the evening with a little time in their hot tub. As always, a visit with John and Earlynn is a fun time. They are great hosts and always make us feel special.
Life is good.
... camping on the Botswana delta. Except here, there were bears not hippos grunting. We love our camping and have come accustomed to the cold temperatures. Last night however, it was just shy of -5c and a little unbearable especially since we were millimetres from the ground on yoga mats and without thick enough sleeping bags and thermals. Although we were up most of the night shivering, we put it down to an experience that we are glad to have done. I didn't make the same mistake as I ...
... Nebraska for 4 seats aboard an AA flight to Laguardia. So, drumroll please, 2012's trip will be titled 'Khaira's Enormous Adventure, Part Trois. The plan is to explore the east coast, a la NYC, Cape Cod, Boston, Vermont, Philly, Washington DC, and end back in the Big Apple. Kamal and I hope this trip will repeat the utopia of 2010, and avoid the morass of 2011. ...
Having four kids in the car under the age of 8 means that places to take potty breaks are much more important than when the next service station or restaurant is on your route. Plymouth was just that place as there really wasn't much in this town other than a few little restaurants and a market...and we singled out the pizza place as the site of our all-important ...