Vista del Lago Lakehouse and Cottages
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Next stop on the tour was the much anticipated venture into wine country. Namely the Sonoma valley on route to Healdsburg. It was too expensive to stay in Sonoma or Napa so we decided just to pop in to Sonoma town to see what all the fuss was about. Although pleasant enough we realised we had made a good decision to try a town a few miles further up the road. More importantly the vast number of wineries were ...
... found a spot and made it into the park which was completely worth the hike! The redwoods are not to be believed! Their size is so difficult to conceptualizer. Our honeymoon lucky streak continued when we stumbled across a tree talk being given by one of the rangers. We learned about the tree (it contains tannin which is a natural bug, mold, and fire repellent) as well as about the park's history. In all, we spent about an hour or so in the park, and then continued on for ...
... it into my car. I high-tail it back down the road, passing the stream that had caused me such a headache the night before, now being innocently played in by a couple kids, almost to mock me. Needless to say I enjoyed the descent down the mountain a lot more without the fear of uncertainty and of my safety. I have learned the valuable lesson of doing at least some research to where I'm traveling and the limits of my four-wheeled compadre.
Much love, Patrick (and ...
It seems that once again I have let time pass without doing an entry. In my defense after leaving Deming we entered familiar territory and I didn't really have much to share. We spent some time in Mesa with Kens mom and Indio with my folks. From there it was on to Manteca for some time with the kids and grands.
We've spent the last 10 days in Northern California, which may be one of our ...
... we had the darkest of chocolates for dessert. We finally had a game night. Now Thurston is even less into games than my dad is, though he fully supported us playing one. ;) He went to work on his genetic engineering/agriculture powerpoint and I taught Annelle and Rachel to play Mexican Train dominoes. It was quite lively. Then we enjoyed more stirring conversations in the hot tub, this time under stars.
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