Inn at Barnum Point
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... than any I have been on. The more I think about it, the more I want to immerse myself in another culture. This particular farm is in Gradišica, a small village in western Slovenia. As for accommodation, this is what is listed on Workaway from the host: "A room. Bathroom is used with the family members. Also a tent on the garden. If you want and the weather is fine, you can also sleep ...
... Around noon, we drove around and ran some errands. While we were out, we stopped at an antique hardware store, that is a major source for hardware and lighting for those that are restoring old homes. They had some really neat things. That evening, we and the Gordon's (who arrived at the marina that afternoon and docked their very nice boat there) celebrated Lorraine's birthday by having dinner at Doc's Marina Grill.
... and took the kids down to play with the train set. The kids loved it they could have played all day. Dinner was the perfect hamburger sitting on the deck watching the boats go by. So good and a great way to end our time in Pacific Northwest. A big thanks to Allan, Debra and Mitchell for taking care of us, and doing everything for us for the past week or ...
... lt;b>January 31 - Day 4: Journey to the Upper Galilee/Golan </b>After breakfast, we will leave Haifa and drive north along the coast to the northernmost point of Israel at Rosh Hanikra and descend by cable car into the limestone Grottos below. It is also the Israeli and Lebanese border. We will drive along the Pastoral Hills of the Galilee towards the Golan Heights to visit Banias, one of the sources of the River Jordan and the site of ancient Caesaria Philippi, where ...
... start setting up the mortars.
I have seen a lot of crab boats in my day .. . . especially King Crab pots in Alaska. But the owner of this little guy must be real determined to get his share!