Auberge On The Vineyard
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... our campsite. No luck. Evidently the fish in this pond don't like hot dogs. That's what I had for supper and thought it was good enough for them. They didn't agree.
I had a wonderful call from Hailee, my granddaughter who turned 12 today! She had a busy day with gymnastics practice, a softball tournament and a surprise birthday party before going to an Italian restaurant for supper with her ...
... the rush hour traffic heading out of town for the weekend so for a long time were only travelling at about 5 miles an hour. Because of this, we decided to change where we were planning on staying for the first night and turned off at Clovedale. The campsite was a KOA (Kampground of America). We were shocked to be charged US $100 ( and that was after a 10% discount) but it was an awesome campground with great facilities The kids swam in ...
... away from mountains.) There was a laundry, so laundry got caught up. Ken washed the RV and managed to get some of the embedded bugs off. We cleaned the camper and even did some re-organizing. They even had a swimming pool so we got to spend some time relaxing by the pool. Hated to leave.
But we did. Visited a few wineries in the area. Also stopped in Santa Rosa to see the Luther Burbank ...
... DA…. Dan Hicks and his Hot Licks! A group of us old ***** are going. Hilarious! This place is full of surprises.
OK… enough break for me today time to get to work.
TBD (The Beloved Dave) got the plumbing finished and the trench filled in before managing to step on a nail. With no recent tetanus shot and no local clinics, things looked a bit scary, until he said, “Hey, maybe a pharmacy can give them.” I ...
... for travelling. Taking some comfortable Tevas instead of flip flops. Taking jeans, a nice shirt, and some black canvas topped shoes (cheap, from walmart, might be ditching them somewhere if I need room for a jacket) so I can dress like a normal person sometimes. My regular clothes are some REI travel pants (lightweight, zippered pockets), tshirt, hiking boots/sandals and of course a dorky looking wide brimmed hat. Taking an electric shaver for my ...