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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We got ourselves packed and in the car before nine this morning for our drive up the coast of California to Sea Ranch to stay with Kathy and Henry Thornhill. I've known them since I was a young teenager, used to babysit their two kids Tina and Mike. We were very lucky to be able to join them at their house in Sea Ranch for a few days. Sea Ranch used to be a ranch but in 1964 was developed, it is a small community on the Sonoma coast and all the houses have ...
... we hit the yellow and brown hues of the parched California grasslands. We carried onwards up to the Napa valley making good time through the central valley. Once we hit Napa Valley we were immediately transported to a more familiar landscape. A mix of Italy, France and Spain. Winding roads lead you through the green, tree-lined fields with line after line of vines.
We arrived at 8pm at RustRidge winery and B&B after a bit over four ...
... laundry room.
Day 6 &7
Got the base cabinets, pantry and tall “garage door” cupboard done. (Garage door being what we call the roll up cabinet door) The two corner cabinets have pull out shelves, so there is no wasted corner space. Just for fun we put the couch and my easy chair in place. Gave me a very good sense of the space, and it is AWESOME!!!!
Sadly, we had to head home the next day, but I am ...
... hour on my deck with a glass of wine. I sat watching the turkey vultures soaring in and out of the redwood trees. It was peaceful and beautiful. With a name like turkey vulture one would not expect such grace in flight, and if you see them sitting on a fence, they are seriously gawky looking, but give them some height and some thermals and they soar and circle with an elegance that is wonderful to watch. I am so blessed to have this little retreat.
Monday, Aug 12
... trailer isn’t insulated, but we have space heaters. Also, luckily for me, Dave brought me an electric blanket. Not something I generally use, but quite welcome on this trip!
We are moving very slowly, partly the cold and partly Dave’s perfectionism. I don’t mind at all, although I do worry that he over taxes himself. Still, he is a big boy and it makes him happy to get things "just so", and when he is happy, I am happy. Besides, there ...