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... with their charcuterie board, wild board sausage and a pepper sausage were my favorite, really finely sliced great presentation. Bryan enjoyed a sausage meal over sweet potato puree, beans and almonds sounds simple but he said the flavor was perfect, I had their version of a chopped salad,
Israeli cous cous, asparagus, pancetta, pepitas, dried cherries, zucchini, queso fresco, arugulait it was the best salad I've had in a long time. There were many ...
... t break anything this time but all of our clothes hanging in the forward closet wound up on the closet floor. The ceiling fan light globe stayed on the fixture this time only because I tightened up the retaining screws at the first possible opportunity.
Interstate 680 takes us through many towns and citiesHills. Sometimes we know we are in a different town but the signage is so bad that we rarely know which one. Pleasanton and ...
... service. Dennis changed the battery and we hope that is all taken care of. Better here than in the middle of no where.
All of my gear smells like smoke. You notice it when you are out of the main smoke cloud. After a shop does some work for me tomorrow morning I will then head towards home. At least I will go generally eastward.
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... friend of James at Powerflex USA who he has roped in to help me at the last minute. So I am travelling around to see as much of California as I can.
It is simply a case of looking at the map and taking an educated guess at places that look vaguely en route.
Tonight's lucky town is Redding.
It straddles the Sacramento River and is sort of en route, it is away from the bloody freezing Pacific ...
... temps. The day went well even across the high prairie, averaging speeds around 15-17 mph. Unfortunately I had to get on the I-5 for about 8 miles to enter Oregon. Between the unrelenting grade and the noise but at that point someone should have slapped butter on me because I was toast. So I ended up with the hardest part of the day after it soared well over 90. It felt like I was trying to push my way through hot taffy, as I climbed at 4 mph. On the up side ...
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