Haydon Street Inn B & B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... into Sacramento, hola Arnold, opps, Jerry, and then into San Rafel, Petaluma, where I once camped as a young man, (Southern Comfort, was involved and we got lost in the forest, long story) and then up to Healdsburg.
Drove down a long narrow road and, thank God for GPS, found our Nieces home that is in the middle of ...
... we were playing! Also we thought we felt a slight tremor but so far nothing about one on the news. I certainty hope we don't get the big one while we are out here!
So folks that is about it. Tomorrow we will visit a few more wineries, drive along the Russian River to the Pacific coast and then head to the airport. Our 26 day adventure is rapidly coming to an end.
... in a very small area that invite you into their testing room. Basically you're supposed to be able to drink fine wine for free all day long, but since we are traveling with the dogs, we couldn't avail ourselves with this feature. Probably a good thing.
Today had lunch and a long chat fest with Kitty. Big win. There are a few special people that it can be 50 decades between visits and you can pick up like it was yesterday. Kitty ...
... expensive upgrade they tried to sell us for 2 hours, (these are always free anywhere else), the one way fee that tripled from $100 to $300, the first car that wouldn't move because of a stuck handbrake and finally the replacement car with nearly bald tyres. Oh yes, and they have billed our credit card twice! Maybe we need to sell the car on the black market to recoup costs.
Anyway, on ...
... after all the workplace hostility that I have dealt with, I still started tearing up. I'll miss all my guys...) and registered my trip online with the Department of State. But I do more sitting around like a big ball of stress, thinking about what to pack, than actually packing, and my to-do list feels like it's a mile long.
But I'm just taking things one day at a time, trying to accomplish as much as I can, ...