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... heading into downtown Santa Rosa. The Russian River Brewery, where we had planned to eat, had a long wait, and was very noisy (after a very long, noisy day beating down concrete roads), so we walked on down the street, and found a nice little Chinese cafe - great food, good prices, and we had the place to ourselves!
Tomorrow - we head on up the road to Trinidad, California - hope the herds of elk are still at the RV Park there!
... Winery, visit to the Old Faithfull Geyser in Calistoga and our walk up the hill to see the views, our super fun bike wine ride - highlights Dutch Henry- pretty winery with cute but not so friendly dogs, Lava - hilarious songs and games, Summers - cool dude trying to accost Jack to ...
... from Europe filled with old materials and furnishings used in the castle built with the more than 8,000 TONS of local stone which was hand-chiseled. He also bought nearly 1 MILLION antique, hand-made bricks from Europe. This medieval castle has a moat, drawbridge, 5 towers, high defensive ramparts, courtyards, loggias, a deep well, a functioning church, stables, an outdoor oven, a GREAT hall and even a prison and torture chamber and OF COURSE MANY ...
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Pretty smooth move from Napa Valley Expo to Elks #832 Lodge RV Park. 12 spaces on gravel, level and BIG surprise, they have 50 amp service. Couldn't get into the first spot we tried but successful on the second 'landing'. Pulled out BBQ, bikes, and chairs since we will be here about 10 days as we wait arrival of the ...
... granddaughter Sydney. Leaving a day early gave us one more day to visit so we took advantage of that.
Saturday is get away day. We were picked up and hooked up, hitting the road at 0830 hours. The plan is to travel 300 miles to Santa Rosa where we will spend the night at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds RV park. We chose a weekend to get through the east bay area, hoping that traffic will be a touch lighter than weekday traffic.
Well, to put it mildly traffic ...