Vista del Lago Lakehouse and Cottages
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- Free parking
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- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
... road we arrive at my car and begin the process of assessing the situation with my new-found saviors.
"Man, you sure are stuck", said Mike, a grizzly, bearded man, spitting tobacco out of the side of his mouth, almost stereo typical of man of his look.
"Well, I don't do anything **********, when I get stuck, I get stuck", I said to try and lighten the mood.
Andy, the younger of the two, whilst trying to find something to hook to on the undercarriage ...
... I can eat before I start really needing a piece of steak. Also, after three nights in the sauna, they had some guests arrive to stay in the Inn building. The guests of the Inn may want to use the sauna and as a result, me sleeping in there wasn't really a viable option. I spent my final two nights sleeping on a reclining chair in the living room. This wasn't great and being hungry all the time isn't fun, but everything was more than forgiven on the last day, which proved to be ...
... 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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... personal-use Tannat vines, a southwestern French variety, closer to their house and table grapes. The roots go deep and have to be cut off eventually, but I was nervous doing it. But then, he did keep pruning the branches and roots anyway. We dug down as far as we could, then pulled and cut. We planted them near the stakes by the house. Here we ran into some gopher holes, which he filled with some gopher repelling plant.
Thurston stresses the importance of rotating ...