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... reprimand myself for packing TOO much stuff!! He knew what we were getting in to when it came to the campsites and their amenities (or lack there of)…I did not. I also, in my defense, am a woman and can't decide what I am going to wear tomorrow, much less for the next 30 days. So, with that being said we have to constantly organize the car/camper just so that we don’t drown in all ...
... leg of our journey. Late this afternoon, we arrived in Healdsburg for the festivities. A big Hartman family dinner was held. And then it was into the welcome drinks party at Barn Diva. As we close out the night, two blessings are very evident. The opportunity to have had this journey has meant so much to us as a couple and has truly done what a honeymoon is meant to do... Bring us closer! And the other blessing is the rich blessing of family... Both families. How incredibly lucky we ...
... we all shopped for & prepared together. Was so great to hang out & catch up.
The next day, as we headed toward Glen Ellen to meet up with the next friend, Shane & I stopped at a swim hole we were told about, right off the highway & enjoyed some play time in to water.
... Ukiah, Mendocino County’s largest city. It was settled in the 1850s and now has about 16,000 residents but does not have
the old town feeling that we experienced in other small towns. We dropped into
the visitors centre, hoping to get some information about San Francisco since we’ll reach there
tomorrow. The centre didn’t have any brochures but when the gentleman heard
about our adventure he said we are living his dream and then ...
... before we left, and I really have to agree. Especially in the driving sense. Road signs are merely ‘suggestions’. I was a bit worried about our driving in Italy, hearing how awful it is. However, it wasn’t near as bad as I thought. Tom did a very good job in driving. For the experience of Italy we wanted to obtain, you have to drive. Driving is the only way to get way into the back countryside of Italy. Giving you the freedom to roam. Places that are ...