Casini Ranch Campground
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... wonder, from the back of a transport truck, found his way a few days later on a muddy country road somewhere east of Arlon, Belgium, near the border of Luxembourg, and a day shy of turning 20-years-old, jumped from the back of that truck to push aside a friend who had fallen into the path of the truck that followed, and died.
I'm going to follow my namesake, as I always have, and try to find the right words to tell him thank you and good-bye.
... wines pretty agreeable and probably left a tad giggley.
After this we drove through the mountains on the way back, which once again meant we had spectacular scenery. We then went back to Ben's parents house to drop off our camping equipment and eat the oysters. We decided to barbecue half of them, and Ben then shucked the other half, a little poorly but the grit just adds to the texture. I decided my preference was cooked oysters, but after trying two of those I ...
... of the region. By 1:30 we are on our way to Petaluma where we made reservations for a tent spot in the KOA campground. We set up camp and then go into town for dinner at Dempsys outside on the waterfront. Nice day. A bit rushed and feeling like our trip is over. Tomorrow we aim for Santa Margarita where we will try another KOA kabin situation.
Time to drag Chris through my childhood vacation past. Made the steep climb down to Schoolhouse beach. Leave it to my parents to have regularly taken their three children to a beach that clearly states its multiple dangers/extremely unsafe swimming conditions. We went here many many times, bundled up in sweatshirts while my dad carried a heavy cooler, a ...
... drywall in the rain is a no go. (The word DRYwall is the big clue here.) If it gets wet it swells up and turns to mush. We can only hope the rain lets up long enough for us to get to town and stock up, then get it inside.
Today we started the insulation. The ceiling is a minor drag, but Dave has invented a great one-man tool to hold the stuff up while I staple it; he cuts and stuffs it in place, I follow behind with the staple gun. With a ...