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WOW!!! It's hard to imagine that I will be leaving for France and Spain in 4 days. To say I am excited is an understatement!!!
For this trip, I am going to try something new. I will be blogging for the first time. I will try to post daily updates, so you all ...
... down on the rustic lodge. We sat near the patio doors which overlooked the mountains. Kelsey had a wonderful view of the lightning striking through the clouds in the distance. Food and view was great. As the rain finally calmed down enough, we booked it to the car. It was a tent party after that. Tales From the Crypt episodes on the laptop and white wine with cooler ice…(we know how to party)
We promised ourselves that we would check ...
... first try at one of the locations.
Our last turn led us onto a small, windy one-lane road for the last four miles. Those are ok in a car, but in an RV they can be tight! When we reached the vineyard, the drive was worthwhile. We entered through big iron gates and could see the grapevines growing up and down the steep hills. The owner said we could park behind the winery when I called ahead.
At last we
are going to be on our way again, first the World cup opening match on
Thursday, then the Netherlands Spain match which we could not miss and what a
game, well done Holland. So at last we said our goodbye’s to Loretta in the
morning and after some little country roads we where on the highway. In West Virginia the
countryside is very densely wooded and mountains, with the ...
... campground, where they found the fog and brought it back to camp for the rest of the evening.
S’more’s and more shadow puppet shows and the boys were back to bed. Adult fire time was short, since A-lope had to return to the tent to comfort Elk who was scared but also way too excited about tomorrow, while Grizz tried to enjoy the fire as it continued to get colder and wetter before finally giving up and calling it a ...