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Travel Blogs from Geyserville
It is our last night in town. Dave got all the bathroom plumbing in and we have water lift-off… Yahoo!!! Sadly, both showerheads have leaky parts, so we sill need to address that next time, but otherwise I am thrilled! Just enjoyed a lovely dinner of pork roast and potatoes, courtesy of our neighbor Harry. He is a foodie, and we reap the benefits sometimes. Yes, life is very good.
Until next time, be well and happy.
... the patio is lovely if the weather is fine; which it was.
Today I made a run into town and hammered down the Hardie Board in the laundry room, so tomorrow we begin to tile. Dave finally seems to be happy with his shower work-around, so we may see progress this week. Yay!
Tile day; I had to get a wet-saw to cut the tile, I love me my power tools… Dave measured and I cut. We got it laid out and Dave discovered more issues with the shower, so ...
... she is resting comfortably, and Dave’s guys went to see the new Bond movie. There has been a lot of socializing for two days, which is starting to be derigor for up here, but now it’s back to work.
I once saw a funny witches broom hanging in a restaurant. It had bicycle handles and a seat, which cracked me up. I showed it to my dad and he showed up this trip having made me a similar one. The one he made is MUCH cooler than the other one; ...
... close to the heater and ordered our food. After a long day of wine tasting water was the only fluid I needed, though a nice Sonoma wine would have paired wonderfully with the pan fried flounder or the duck confit.
Stuffed and feeling quite tired from a combination of a long day of wine tasting, hot weather, and entering the post-prandial phase, we made the short walk back to the inn and called it a night.
... in the interest of keeping my sanity. I won't apologise!
As to the nitty gritty details, I've been procrastinating pretty hard but this was my packing list last time: http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-e ntries/ryanaross/1/1309382437/tpod.html . And it is fairly similar this time. Some differences. I got a new backpack at the REI Used gear sale. Quite a bit larger with a detachable day pack, for $50 and designed with nice handles and ...