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... with it all. Dave plans to make it back up while I am in Europe to finish the floors. Once I am back we do the counter tops and the upper kitchen cabinets. Last, but not least will be the deck, and then…. I’m moving in!
So, when you next get a Monte Rio Blog from me…. I shall be a resident. Huzzah!
PS: Dave made another trip up and got the bedroom floor done. Looks awesome!
... can’t do that until I know those neighbors. Those of us who do know each other take freely from each other’s trees. In fact I was given a bucket of fresh heirlooms just today. YUM!!!!
Once I got back, sure enough, the guys were just finishing up Franks tailgate and had been joined by Nancy, who is about 70, and was born here. She and her hubby Harry know all the local history, and she began regaling me with stories of how, during the hey day of Monte Rio ...
After a good first nights rest we headed into Bodega to check out why everyone we had met so far had told us to treat the birds nice (Bodega Bay humour is as sharp as ever). Cool little town with one claim to fame, it was the location that Alfred Hitchcock shot his movie the Birds, not a fact that the local county store is willing to let anyone forget. Had a coffee took a couple of pics then back on the road heading north.
... It’s a tiny shower and a tiny video screen, but they get the job done! Perhaps a bit of dark chocolate with the vino, Yeah … life is good!
Monday, Day 3 of the trip:
Yesterday we lucked out and the skies cleared long enough for us to get some drywall. Yahoo! We were quite a sight: a little red Miata, towing an 8-foot trailer, carrying 12-foot drywall. We made a second trip for the 8 footers, and just as we got it all safe it ...
Things are creeping up on me fast! While I have been thinking about becoming an au pair since August, it was only recently that things solidified with the family and I finally really knew where I was going. So now I'm making the final preparations to join my host family, which includes two little boys, four and seven, and a big dog named Hugo.
I gave my notice at work (which was harder than I thought it would ...