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... was something about Yountville that was vaguely familiar as I walked up and down the street and sent a postcard to Martin & Leigh, whose wedding I attended in Napa Valley in 1985. Actually, it reminded me of a Tasmanian town, as I hadn't been to Yountville before. Back on the bus, we set off for our third winery. On the outskirts of town we drove past the Napa Valley Lodge, which was where I and many other wedding guests stayed all those years ago. I hadn't associated ...
... we managed to hit at the peak rush hour. The avarege speed at less than 20km/hour we were almost bored, but got to our accommodation quite early nevertheless. The Oleander B&B is very sweet, and we even have a balcony and a fireplace in our room. Of course, the air conditioning was way too cold, again.... We had our dinner at nearby Mustards grill, which was excellent. It was also comforting to watch how the locals really watch that nobody drinks and drives... Sent from my ...
... to cool down and handed in our bikes before heading back to the campsite.
The next day we drove back to the 'Jacuzzi Family Vineyard' to do some more wine tasting and decided which wine we would like to drink on the wedding next year... we'll send you a list guys!
All in all Napa Valley was great and we're looking forward to coming back next year. For now, we headed to our last camping destination: Yosemite National Park.
We hit the road on time, even a half hour early! The drive went smooth, just had to worry bout where to gas up, and where to get food.
My first thoughts of the ranch here was not as favorable as the last one. I went into the office, and after standing there for a little while, while they chatted amongst themselves I told her that I had an appointment with Alyce, and she asked what I planned on doing with my trailer. So I asked her what she wanted me to ...
... more beautiful coastline and forests.
By the time I was starting to wonder about whether we have access to organic dog food back home and what artificial additives we had been feeding our dogs all those years, I knew it was time to move on. So we did one final shop at Whole Foods, picking up some organic camping essentials before exchanging our little car for a campervan and heading for the hills for a genuine American road trip.