Orchard Hill Country Inn
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What fun to be back in the area where this whole adventure began, back in the early 2000's. We were able to take advantage of a Groupon to see our old favorite team, the Anaheim Angels, play baseball, at a cost of only $12/ticket; and on Wednesday, we used Seat Geek to get tickets to the first Playoff Game of the Anaheim Ducks post-season - again ...
... stylish kind. Doilies are under lamps, and dark wooden furniture waits to be filled with clothes. we are both deeply in love with this place. everyone is lovely and everything is perfect. they have a school, a small local shop and a total lack of any chain stores. no Walgreens, no Walmart, no hypermarkets, and no feckin' Subway!!! after a peaceful nights sleep, we wake and head down to the cutest breakfast room ever. real china ...
... will rent a houseboat and a speed boat and split the costs with a few families. We already have plenty of people who want to do it. Some of our stops on this trip although nice, we will mark off as "been there done that" and probably not return to. However, even the disappointing destinations are part of the process. As I said earlier, this is how we learn to refine our travel plans for future trips.
So what’s next??? ...
... dog at a time. He had a great time hanging out during the meet and greet so now we're happy that he can enjoy his staycations with new friends. We've set aside funds for all our fur kids to be cared for and feel good about leaving them in capable, loving care. The one good thing about the end of our trip will be the time we get to reunite as a family again!
Last minute details: After we were through with our shots, eye check-ups, dental ...
... traffic. Took even longer to find all the stuff needed on the bike, since it was all squirreled away somewhere in the RV. Finally, got the obligatory beach picture and set off. About a mile and a half later, the directions I was working off of ******* out, I had Johann meet me, and we threw together a Plan B.
The first part of the first day is pretty tough. About 5000 feet of climbing. What's that feel like? Imagine a ladder ...