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... who was born 3 years ago with severe disabilities. Our granddaughter, Aubrey Grace lived 3 months but was loved by all of her family. Upon her death, Clayton and Jen donated money and got involved with Giant Steps. Giant Steps is an organization that provides free therapy for disabled people. The funds are raised by the Gala weekend.
The horse show took place over 2 days; a Sat ...
... around 4pm. The drought here is pretty intense. I have posted some pics of the view as we came into wine country. All the grapes seem to be well watered, but all the grasses are like straw. It seems that they drip irrigate all the important crops...like grapes...You can see how one carelessly tossed cigarette or match, would just burn almost forever. We finally got settled into the Petaluma KOA, which is packed with people...this is one of the biggest KOA's ...
What a whirlwind of touristing in San Francisco! Two of my daughters, Sara and Suzie, arrived here at the KOA last Saturday -- they're staying in a cute little cabin right here in the campground. We've been just about everywhere -- from downtown San Francisco, to Alcatraz Island, to the redwoods, and everything in between! The weather in the Bay area is different from anywhere else in the world -- meteorologists call it "micro climates" because it ...
... in Oakland. The Oakland Harbor Lighthouse, built in 1903, is currently a restaurant and pub. The Lightship Relief served 3 different stations from 1951-1975 and is currently used as a floating classroom by an Oakland-based maritime non-profit organization. Have I mentioned In-N-Out Burgers yet? My brother told us to make sure we stop and have a burger there. They are wonderful -- fresh ingredients and made to order. We have managed to stop several ...
... us spectacular views looking back at the bridge over the entrance of the bay. We headed to Sausalito, a small town full of rich people. It was nice for a wander with a harbour view and ice cream.
Further on we found a road to Mount Tamalpais which intrigued us so we took it. The narrow tarmac road wound up and up through forest until we eventually came ...
Other places to stay in Petaluma
745 Baywood Dr., Petaluma | 4 star hotelfrom $176
5100 Montero Way, Petaluma | 2 star hotelfrom $116
200 S. McDowell Blvd., Petaluma | Hotelfrom $90
508 Petaluma Boulevard, South, Petaluma | 3 star hotelfrom $118