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... be sitting poolside, as we'll be leaving for roseville and staying with tim's sister for a couple of nights. The beauty all around us is and has been overwhelming at times. As i've said before /a trip of a lifetime/ I'll send a couple of pictures along Sure do appreciate all the prayers being said on our behalf. love to all june & m j ...
... around and head back down the hill, turns out they weren't even going the right way to their destination.
I continued on my travels, because there was no way I was going to attempt to cross it again with darkness quickly approaching. Within the first few minutes of driving along the road, a dragonfly flew in front of my car, almost as if to guide me the rest of the way. S/he (I'm not completely sure how to tell the gender of a dragonfly, and I want to make sure ...
... it desperately needs some vitamins, minerals and proteins. Another benefit to being in one place for a while is I can stock up on fruits and vegetables and get into a pattern of having regular, decent meals. A packet of M&M's and a bottle of water is not a meal...
The day after my non-skydive, I was picked up from the hostel by Holly, who part-owns a winery in the next county on from Sonoma County. The winery just happens to be another one of these WWOOF places that ...
... in Venice was a highlight because it was something I wanted to do for a long time, fulfilling a dream is always a highlight.
I would have to say that my favorite dish I had in Italy was a Papparadelle pasta with Wild Boar Sauce. It was at a restaurant in Taveranelle, close to the Villa. I had it at the lunch we had before going to the meeting. Although it’s hard to just pick one dish, there were many!!
My only regret? I wish I would of bought ...
... I joined the rest for another few hours of pruning. Nicole, 22, is nice but shy at first. (I'm not anymore by the way, at least here ;) She is originally from Massachusetts but is about to graduate from UCS. She studied literature and French. Today was our hottest yet, 70+ degrees, and a few us us got a little color. We got a lot done and pruned in the shade when possible. It was an iPod afternoon for the most part. We all really want to find time to ...