Cloverdale Oaks Inn
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((Late post as we were traveling AND I had a major problem with the computer getting connected. Dolly was able to get it connected))
As the title says, we extended our stay here for a second day. Its an OK park and we felt comfortable here. When we crawled out of our "RV" this morning it was freezing! The thermometer said 49 degrees, the winds were strong and that made it seem much, much colder. ...
... day" for only $25; but we politely declined. All of their wines were dry white wines, not my or Dolly's favorite, we like sweet and red. And cheap.
As we continued north, we crawled at a snails pace through several small towns. Evidently the stop signs in these small towns and large amount of traffic back up worse than Red's Eats in Wiscasset, Maine on Route 1 during the busy summer tourist season.
... its cliffs and monoliths, the famous San Francisco fog bank on top of us. So when we reached Mendocino, 18 ° C, fog, wind and dizzy girls, because of the scenic but winding road.
We went back inland and reached Napa Valley. We were so lucky to stop at Clovedal, where they were having a street party with good music, burger and beer. 27ēC ...
... of wine. We had a dry rose of pinot noir, and a dry Gewurztraminer. It was a new experience for both of us with these wines. The lack of sweetness let you taste more of the grape than being overwhelmed by the sweetness. We both really enjoyed them. We ate our lunch here under a large tree outside.
Hanna was our fourth stop, just down the road from Balletto. Their tasting room was filled with the scent of Wisteria that ...
Notes Sept 2012
I am happy top say that I got an unexpected week up here on the river because OCHSA had a day off; I took another day off and - Voila'- instant vacation!
A day or two of settling and organizing materials, and we got started on digging a trench to replace the plumbing from the main, about 60 feet by 18 inches deep. Thinking we could dig it by hand (ha!) I got about 2 feet along, Dave got about 6 feet ...