Lake Point Lodge ClearLake Oaks
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hi folks we're here at patrick and kate flan****n's beautiful home, set in the middle of a vineyard, with a pool, lovely fruit trees, flowers and cabans - then in the distance, the mountains. very picturesque indeed. We also stayed at their seaside home in Mendocino, so we've been able to relax some. Today while Kate & M J are hiking, ...
... A fifty foot rig going thru SF and down Lombard St. (yes, I said Lombard). I will tell you something, the looks on our faces when we saw the sign that said Lombard must have been priceless. When I looked over at Mike he was completely white with enormous eyes! I'm sure I looked the same. They couldn't possibly be serious, right?? They were. Luckily it wasn't the winding zig zagging portion of Lombard, but Holy Cow, how were we supposed to know that?
... the irrational mental picture of the golden maned beasts you'll see in the African safari.
"Mountain lions", as almost to answer my stupid question with sincerity in his voice.
"Well, that just seals the deal, I'm getting out of here immediately." I said with certainty in my inflection.
We parted ways after I do the quickest pack-up of my camp that may have earned me a world record, forgoing even taking anything out of my tent, and just rolling it up ...
... way of putting out the flames. I lost track of time but after what I guess was a couple of minutes, I realised we were winning, most of the flaming grass having been reduced to smouldering black earth. Once it was all out and the fire in the middle was left to burn out on it's own, I spent a few minutes raking dirt over the still-smoking grass to put it out, before collapsing on the ground. Underneath the hoody I was soaked in sweat and desperately needed some water, but it was hard ...
... wine making are used to control the taste. Doesn't that make a tasty organic wine even more impressive?! So check those labels. Is it organic or just made with organic grapes? It will take some getting used to, but I'm sold.
This afternoon we tuned the boombox to a French music program and bottled wine. :) First I rewashed the recycled bottles and Thurston sanitized them in an iodine solution. Our hands got numb in all the cold ...