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... had been asked to keep us out late because they were doing this deep clean thing. In compliance with this request the guide took us to on an "experimental" extended tour to places not normally covered and down streets that these big buses don't usually go. If was a fabulous day.
Today, 29th April, we launch ourselves on San Francisco and it's cold! But Robyn and I intend to "do" the trolley buses and walk, so too hot would not have been good ...
... to be taken - this time with both Bill & I...my first selfie for this trip...LOL!
Having received the 'Royal' tour from Bill for the past 4 hours, he finally dropped me back at The Presidio so I could have a better look at the military history and the cemetery in the Park. It was a fantastic experience to be driven around San Francisco by someone so proud and dedicated to his city. Thank you Bill Bowersock Jr!
I then spent ...
... anyway you have to book up to a month in advance. I had to be content with looking at it perched in all its turreted glory on top of a distant hill. In spite of having to get to Pismo Beach where we had booked in overnight, it took us 10 hours to drive 260 miles because of all the stops. A colony of elephant seals entertained us - especially when two bulls squared up to each other. The fighting took the form of heavy flops and lunges with huge teeth. Eventually ...
... the significance of these 500 year old trees being the heritage and history that the US so craves. We also enjoyed the company of some frisky little chipmunks, who really were the stars of the show!
Soon, it was time to leave and to make our way to the highlight of the day - Sonoma and the Napa Valley for our vineyard visits and wine tasting. Well, what can I say? The wines were fairly delicious and dangerously easy on the palate! Now, I'm not a wine buff, by ...
... was strange. It had nice kitchen sinks with sprayer hoses which was good for washing bottles. It really was unlike most places. Andrew and I admired many photos of fish caught by guests. We were only a few blocks from the harbor so it makes sense it's a common sportsman campground. There was even a business that operates around here that those guys might be into. You rent an RV trailer and they park it wherever you ask. We drove into town and caught the ...