BEST WESTERN Danville Sycamore Inn
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On our trip thru the Far East a couple of years ago, we crisscrossed the South China Sea, the Indian Ocean, the Gulf of Thailand, The Strait of Malacca, the Andaman Sea, the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea (pirates and all). We swam, floated, boated (and bloated), snorkeled, kayaked and dipped our toes in almost all of the above. This year, our travels through the balance of Asia will take us across the Yellow Sea, the ...
This is really Friday where I am playing some blogging catchup! First, Happy Birthday, Staci! Just think about year ago we were helping to celebrate your birthday in Napa with you and Vincent!
Wednesday, September 17 - The day was filled with business and catching up with old friends. Lunch with a client and learning more about the current business environment. Great catch up and lunch at a place called the Good Fork.
Then, drive up ...
... it were gorgeous and set the scene as an old fashion pretty and petite suburban area! The houses around here are absolutely gorgeous, so unreal how fab they are over looking Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and the bay! I want a house here aswell! We walked over to mrs doubtfire's house, on the way we walked through what seemed to be a French quarter of San Francisco, it was so pretty and quiet, lots of French named shops which looked really expensive and the wine ...
... things I didn’t enjoy about it. No matter where we stayed we would still have seen a black man squatting in front of us in the middle of the day in the centre of town having a **** with toilet roll covered in **** all over the street. Why did we not see one cool bar? Everywhere we’ve been I’ve been impressed by the bars, not here. If I’d had low expectations and not been looking forward to it after the disappointment of the coast it may also have been different. ...
... get to drive their own machine (not sawing!) when old enough. They buy some machines and then modify, or build from scratch. Contract harvest around 2000 acres prunes and 20000 acres pistachios annually, all over the US. Also present was Bill Kruger, a retired UC Davis extension officer who still works with Erik on prune management. After crawling all over his machinery for a while we went into his prune orchard where there was ...