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... the stables after school entertained. Myself and Jessie got given the job of scraping old paint off a fence which we were kind of glad to have because we couldn't understand why they needed this many people working on the ranch. This evening we had a bonfire at the upper part of the ranch which was complete with Benjamin playing his ...
... be able to look up Paul David. I would know him though. Well Doris, how are the political aspects this year? Is Dewey causing too much trouble? I hope not. Being over here has changed my views on a lot of subjects. I can't discuss them in a letter though, because of censorship rules. When I get home, I will have plenty to say.
Well, I must close. It was sure swell hearing from you. Please tell Pal (his dog) "hello" for me. I know he ...
A longer than normal drive from Coarsegold to Santa Rosa today, as we made several stops. The first, to investigate a very strong electrical/burning smell in the kitchen/bathroom area, that we still haven't managed to identify. We unplugged everything in the house when it happened, opened windows, can't figure out what caused it! Our second stop was at the Les Schwab in Livermore, CA, where Greg picked up shock #4 (only the first 3 ...
We got to Napa hot n sweaty after a long drive stuck on i80. Not much to say really, the place is a ghost town, so much for it being a 'must do'. We took an evening wine train with dinner, supposedly going through some of the most beautiful Californian countryside... It ran the length of a motorway, down the middle of it with cars honking either side. Hmmm, maybe we've just been spoilt by Swiss & Indian rail journeys? Maybe not, the Manchester express has better ...
... their wines while "taking in" the panoramic view of the valley below.
On the way to our next winery we stopped to snap pictures at Bale Grist Mill State Historic Park. The mill was built in 1846 and was once the social center of Napa Valley where people gathered to have their corn and wheat ground.
For our final winery of the day we chose ...