Hillcrest Bed & Breakfast
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... up the courage to have a raw one and flavour-wise I found it pretty good. Once dinner was finished we then sat outside. As I made my way to my seat I almost trod on a fair sized snake, most likely a gopher snake. Once I had sat down Ben pointed it out to me, unfortunately it wiggled away to fast for me to take a photo of it. I then asked Ben fairly politely, if he would mind telling my next time I almost tread on a snake. After those beers were finished, it was definitely time for bed.
We met up with people who owned Monacos in Plymouth a year ago when we knew nothing about our our RV. We joined the club and this is the first time we have been able to attend one of the rallys. There were only two people we really remembered, Cindy and Gary Gonzales. But when we drove in we got a very warm welcome! It has been great fun with cocktail hours, dinners, and games every night. The first day Pete and Mike won ...
Tonight Susan told us about some of the wildlife around this area, they have gophers, deer, hawks and apparently possums. Oh and they even have coyotes! scary but I hope I see one.
It is a early night for us as we are going to ring people inquiring about cars tommorow (hopefully we find one) and I need to apply for my social security number as I have been in the country for 10 days.
Wish us luck x
... got more great finds, including some needed bags for my coming Europe trip.) We ate lunch at Murphy's Pub, which has superb food and great beer (I know, I'm in the capitol of wine country and I'm drinking beer. #irishforever.) We then drove around Mountain Cemetery & headed back to Newark. I'll definitely be returning to Napa & Sonoma someday, with hopes to stay in one of the many nice hotels and do wine tours. One can dream! ...
... a swim in the pool, viewed the valley from a lookout on the property, cooked a wood-fire barbeque of sausages and steaks (well, Steve did that), helped feed the cows and sheep and goats their hay for dinner, fed the chickens their corn and locked them in their coop away from hungry foxes, and scoffed our barbeque outdoors with the buzzing flies and crickets chirping. It's been much warmer since leaving the coast - we were in shorts and t-shirts today and should be for ...