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... spent digging through the sand for sand crabs and collecting them in a bucket. When everyone was feeling peckish we headed back to the house for lunch, warm showers for the frozen kids too.
After some food and a little break we headed into Gualala to get some gas and an ice cream. It is a little town, smaller population than National Park but a lot more shops and touristy type stuff. We stopped on our way back to check out some more tide pools, these ones ...
Midday temp: 16C
Last night we realized that because we want to visit wine country we will have to leave the coast highway and travel inland. So after about 10 more miles of coastline we headed east, over a mountain or two, and then travelled along the Anderson Valley and the Mendocino winery
areas. The geography changed completely from the rugged coast to acres and acres of grapevines growing on hillsides and flat lands, and acres and acres of ...
... and places could even be rated. Going to a culturally rich place like say Italy might boost your score by more than say a trip to Eritrea.
It might not be as important an indicator as others, but one whose understanding does have some measurable level of merit. Money could be made and countries might benefit from the increase in competitiveness to rate higher on the list.
It would all be tied into passports and yet another industry ...
Alright, I have a free flight to San Francisco via CC points. I rented a mini-van, stowed the seats and borrowed a foam "bed" from Allen and Lisa and voila I am a traveling Hotel. I can't wait for the maid to turn my sheets down! So I have little money a lot of time and a whole lot of coast to explore.
Today is all travel. Drive to Chicago. Fly to San Fran next to a four ...
... 3:00 to 6:00.
Matt taught Matthew and Dana how to prune. Eric was supposed to go to bed early and get up early, but neither worked out. Around 11:00 he came out for a final pruning lesson. He had been hearing from his son that to many buds were being left on the vines. So Eric had found a book and he showed us all a picture of a vine with only one cane remaining on each spur and occasional "replacement" canes. This is how I was taught at Clover Creek. ...