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If the map pin looks like it is in the middle of nowhere, don't let that fool you. We are learning that California in July is a very busy place. Hours north of San Francisco, the roads to Napa, Sonoma, and the Russian River resort area where we are staying are all very busy. Santa Rosa, the nearest freeway City is a bustling place on Wednesday nights too. They have a street BBQ every Wednesday night and the crowds and street closures prevented us from filling Simon's ...
... to get Dave to take a break and hang out with us for a nice long lunch. After which, all of us, (save Dave, who of course went back to plumbing) walked the block and a half to the river and let the dogs have a swim. One of the neighbors said there had been a seal in the river for a week or so. Surprising, since we are about 12 miles from the ocean, but it must mean the river is healthy and has enough fish to keep him happy. Nice!
The next day my ...
... We are here for the W(h)ining & Crabbing rally which is being hosted by BAC members Jim & Natasha Nichols. As with most small rallies - this rally has 14 coaches -the hosts are familiar with the area and are wanting to share it with other members! I don't think this is an area we would have every thought about coming to on our own - so the rally is already a success in our opinion!
... We also have a Deli/Auto Parts/Hardware store in town. You can get a sandwich, car parts and hammers all at the same joint. Ha!
Sometimes while Dave is hard a work I go to a local café and check my email. My favorite is Don’s Dogs. This is a local family business in an old WWII Quonset hut. One side is a great little café, while the other is a movie theatre. The Rio Theatre shows first run movies, and instead of trailers, screens old family slides ...
The learning continues for me with a photography workshop/tour hosted by Dave Wyman, photography tourguide, and instructor Ken Rockwell, internet photography blogger/reviewer celebrity. Fifteen of us total photographed everything we could from sun up to sun down over a three day period around Point Reyes and Tomales Bay.
Upon first meeting everyone, I was a bit reluctant to share ...