Historic Downtowner Inn
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... sand. Ok, I know that is difficult to imagine. Guess you have to see it to understand it. So on the bright side, it was beautiful.
The Bad: We came down through the mountains following Brenda and Stan. Nick was doing a great job not riding the brakes. And there was no concern about taking the runaway ramp....oh that's right, there weren't any! A few miles on to the flat land, now in California, Nick kinda mutters under his breath "there's water coming out". ...
... audio books to keep my mind occupied and I am enjoying listening to the classics. I have gone through the entire Tarzan series on this trip and today I was listening to "The First Men in the Moon" by H. G,. Wells. That man had an amazing imagination.
Looking forward to seeing family and friends tomorrow and then the final leg home. Life is good. ...
... Traditional New Mexican classes. I made sure that the classes were available then booked our airline tickets. Last week I got our
hotel from Hotels.com as we were just shy of a second free night. So all is paid for. I’ll do another blog on plans for the Santa Fe trip later.
As for Europe, well we still plan to go, just not live there for 4 months. Our granddaughter must likely go ...
... as long and are crunchy. Guess we will stay with canned beans for that meal.
As for wine, I was going to look for small bottles of wine to carry instead of a regular sized one. Now I think I’ll look for plastic bottles with screw type lids and put the wine into those. I was going to carry up some everyday wine but think I’ll instead take a better, bigger (taste) red wine. It might go well with the cold nights plus tastes so ...
... the eating kind of grape, for they were intermingled with the orange trees and there were no wineries to be seen…at least, not from our vantage point. And, in the fields with the grapes, cohabitating with nature, were oil well pumps, moving up and down, like hammers pounding nails.
And finally we reached our destination. We are now less than 2 hours from Paso Robles…so Rudy, does this mean you lost the pool???