Fairfield Inn & Suites Fairfield Napa Valley Area
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... a traffic jam that when we counted.... was a 20 mile back up. I was thinking to myself, "Oh my gosh... do they have enough gas? Do they have water? Are those motorcyclists wearing sunblock .... what do those ladies on the back of the motorcycles do if they have to pee?" Then I had thoughts, "this must happen all the time since there is only one route here. There must be a survival pack ...
... my lawyer friend has pointed me to them.
So I think my methodology may relax to seeing as many of the list as I can, while trying for phone or email contact with others.
However, my focus will be more on identifying the 1, 2 or 3 initiatives that are scaleable and replicable in Australia.
In the meantime, it is an enormous privilege to be meeting these people, most of whom are quite extraordinary, and all of whom have been warm and welcoming.
... novel, complete with crooked reading glasses and IMAX 3D on top of those, all because I offered the flame from my lighter. I hadn't the heart to tell her that we are currently existing in the third dimension, fearing to be drawn into a conversation about true realities, or at least what she considers to be.
I've met roofers who want to be stand-up comedians, pining for the career of making people laugh and forget their own troubles for a while. Telling jokes, ...
... the town that has produced some of our best friends, including our current renters back in Bigfork. We roamed the downtown streets and stopped in for some retro rock and roll at the Pyramid Ale House, where the crowd resembled a gathering at Brookie's Cookies in Bigfork at one of their outdoor concerts.
Just like the rest of the time we spent on this stop in "The Artful Odyssey" It felt like home.
... I wasn't able to book in, but the desk clerk unlocked the dining room's restroom (they are not called toilets or ladies rooms or bathrooms - I tried) and here I managed to buff - or at least brush my hair, teeth and splash a bit of water on my slits (that would be my eyes). I was allowed to also hand my backpack in for safekeeping and then I sat in the firepit outside and waited till the sun came up - and then I took to the streets. I just ambered along ...