The Flower Farm Country Inn
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... smoothest days on the road are the most uneventful. We didn't have any traffic issues, we didn't get in a fight over directions or driving habits, we didn't have any rain (or hail! WTF, ARIZONA!?), and we didn't have any restaurant issues that lead us to starve in the desert. It was smooth driving until sunny Sacramento, California.
Dinner was at Hook and Ladder Manufacturing, a wonderful restaurant trying its hardest to be ...
... eggs; Ross: Salmon Benedict; M&M: Vegetarian Omelette).
Stopped in at M&M's house on our way home, just 10 houses up from K&R.
Went down to club pool mid-arvo & had a couple of swims - fabulous :-)
We ate dinner outside on the patio again tonight then I went for a walk before the sun set.
Having a great time in California, went to the Jelly Belly Factory yesterday, which was really cool. Last night went to dinner at Terry and Corrie's, nice time with such great people. Today Jackie and I did girls day out and went for pedicures and manicures. Not much else to tell at this time other than I am really enjoying my time with the ...
... to their deaths. It was a humbling experience looking over the edge and almost scary. Along with the shear beauty the point afforded a great view of Half Dome and Glacier Point as well as the entire valley.
We stayed and chatted with a few people, took pictures, and then headed down the long and winding path back to our car. We ended up running near the end and we reached the bottom in about an hour an a half! It was great to finally be done ...
... mountains just beyond with snow on top; it must have hit last night.
A rainbow up ahead, a welcome sign? I was deceived; it didn’t welcome me, it pounded hard, rain as thick as thieves, the mountains closed together leaving space for just the road; then up ahead the sign, I-5, enter here. Two hours gone by now.
I needed gas. The Gorman exit, a little spot tucked in a ravine; the snow came down, wet and ...