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... fire rubbing two sticks together without the right materials. I can start a fire in the rain, given the right materials (blow torches are good too, right Jaeck.) Campfires made with pine, smoke. They smoke more than hardwood fires, or fires made with a less pitchy conifer, such as redwood, spruce, fir, tamerack, or larch. They smoke even when the wood is bone dry. My aim in a campfire is to get a good coal bed going and to manage the fire so it doesn't smoke much, if at all. ...
... catch our plane to Portland and then on to Sacramento. We arrived after a few bad google map directions (Heidi had printed off) to the Napa Valley (good for me I had a AAA map with me!) and we arrived at the most amazing resort near Rutherford, CA .... The Auberge du Soleil. Wow. This place is great. Nicely landscaped with vegetation covering the villas making it look like it had been there ...
... especially on a 90 degree day.
Slightly happier and a bit more relaxed, we left Frog's Leap and headed to Elizabeth Spencer on the way to Sonoma. It was nice to see the extremes in wine making: from the large production scale of the Leap to the small barrel operation at Elizabeth Spencer. The wines at the later were great as well and their courtyard truly set the mood. Surrounded by vines we sipped their ...
... was really shallow but we had a great time.
On the way back, Simon's got us rather lost and blamed his GPS but we made it home eventually.
( Note from parents- we did our best to try several different local wines and found we liked them all! The wineries are wonderful and would highly recommend a holiday in this area. Loved having family Morris with us this week. We even got a grown up night out which was very jolly!!)
... than not, we had to venture outside of the “bubble” to get to meet people. If I was just setting up camp and minding my own business then folks would tend to ignore us and walk right by. We are a little younger than the majority of the RVers that we were among so most of the older folks just left us alone unless we made an effort to say hello. ...
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