Valley Ford Hotel
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We were back to work this morning at the ranch. This time there was about 5 of us clearing out an old shed which Linda and Richard had never set foot in. There were all kinds of items in there from old cabinets to Barbie Dolls. We spent the morning getting rid of the huge piles of random rubbish. After lunch we went to Sky Tree ...
... nervous and equally an idiot. For those of us who last tried this by passing notes in Miss Barbieri's seventh grade sixth period English class—for my money, a far better method-- a wink is just the start of death by sometimes prolonged, but in my case, usually self-inflicted sudden embarrassment.
So, what did I do? Duh? I winked back.
One thing led to another and we agreed to meet for dinner in ...
... 8221; intentionally) because I want to follow the November footsteps of Hemingway “down past the Lycee Henri Quatre and the ancient church of St. Etienne-du-Mont and the windswept Place de Pantheon and cut in for shelter to the right and finally come out on the lee side of the Boulevard St. Michel, work down it past the Cluny and the Boulevard St. Germain until I come to a good café . . . a pleasant café, warm and clean and friendly . . . on ...
... streak of 3 games but the score still stands with me trailing (Erin 324 - Dave 248).
McConnell was OK but very basic and we seemed to hit some sort of Spanish-american bank holiday so we were soothed to sleep with a lot of very loud Hispanic music from the sound systems of several surrounding pick up trucks. A burly state park ranger turned up a few times to hush things down and kick off people with no passes. Jet lag kicking in again we stopped hearing it and zonked ...
... in the Napa Valley, where we also picked up champagne for the event. We found a Unitarian Church minister who was willing to come to the house. (He was a very short Unitarian Church, who looked a bit like a leprechaun and elevated himself on some steps for the vows but it sort of added to the fairy-like ambience of the day.) We had drinks and appies in the garden after the proceedings, dinner in a lovely restaurant in Sausilito as a ...