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... to Santa Cruz in Chile, but without the grandiosity that the Hotel & Museum has in Chile. There were many tasting rooms, offering wine tours, restaurants, hotels and boutiques. It was a nice place to spend a day or 2 or base yourself for some wine tours.
We were back at Benīs place at about 18.30, did our laundry and waited until Ben and Amanda showed up. We had dinner together and talked for a while. Amanda was really keen on arranging accommodation for us in Las ...
... in love with it and decided to spend what time he had left there. He even prepared his own coffin and grave so that he was prepared. He eventually died in 1910, shortly before his 96th birthday! The fresh air obviously worked. We continued on out tour spending time at the Grizzly Giant - a huge ogre of a tree with a branch that measures seven feet in diameter. We passed the Telescope Tree, still living despite being completely hollowed out up to the sky ...
... other half of the stump and they cut out a piece and lite it up. Whoosh! That pitch exploded and smoked. So, we did win! And with winning, comes bragging rights. I know campfires.
The key to any campfire is materials. Ever watch Bear Grylls, he would not be able to make a fire rubbing two sticks together without the right materials. I can start a fire in the rain, given the right materials (blow torches are ...
After a successful 25th Highschool Reunion at the RiverRock Hotel in Richmond, BC I managed to find my way back to the room ( the place is huge!) only to not get any sleep and need to leave at 4:30 am to catch my plane. I could not believe the long lineups at 5am at Canadian border services! It took us a good 40 minutes to get through security. Yikes. At least US Customs did not have a line up and ...
... I am not sure if I have to pay this or not, but I think I will err on the side of naivety.
After a nice drive through the country side we arrived at Frog's Leap winery just in time for our tour. It was a very nice vineyard and the staff was very friendly. Lauren and I liked their eco-friendly demeanor and the fact that everything was sustainable. From the power to the crops and even to the structures that housed ...
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