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... without her.
I am so ready to come home now. Will leave early in the morning. Am going to stop in Bend and see Tom and Jen Cooper. Probably stay overnight and get home Tuesday morning.
Hope to see you soon Bill, Michelle, Ashlyn and Chase. Love to all. ...
... lunch at Cooper's winery. That allowed Mike and Heidi to taste the wines there. Then we only had time to go to Windwalker winery for their annual party. This is an annual party that for years they planned around when mom and I would be coming down each year to visit. They probably have hundreds of people come each year to sample the wines and food pairings.
After all the people had left we had dinner in the tasting room with the helpers and the owners. ...
... the indoor exhibits of quilts, painting and photography. To round it all Mark Twain himself appeared on centre stage and told us his story of the jumping frog which started the whole fair off 150 years ago. We just managed to get a quick frog jump in by the Frog Town sign before dashing to the car before the deluge started! Chris & Simon took us out to dinner at the oval Chinese where we dramatically over ordered! May be eating Chinese food for a while as our fridge is full of ...
Simon went off at the crack of dawn to go white water rafting. We had something of a slower start thanks to a blocked loo (nice wedding anniversary present for us to sort). We set off for Calaveras Big Trees park which turned out to be double the drive we expected (1.5 hours not 45 mins). The forecast blast from Alaska has started to come in so it's getting a bit chilly. We followed the North Grove trail with a diversion to ...
... and off season there was basically no one around.
We finish our loop in Fiddletown and the light was perfect for picture taking and the town terribly quaint and rather ramshackle.
Home to our little cottage. Kassy and I had a wonderful time making crispy shallots, ribeye steaks and a lovely arugula, pear, blue cheese salad topped with toasted pins nuts. A delicious meal with loved ones to end a beautiful day.