Salt Point Lodge
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... was able to test drive Kathy's car, it is a Tesla Model S car, entirely powered by electricity! It was amazing! So powerful, quiet and comfortable. It has an enormous control panel that looks like an iPad with heaps of touch controls and a screen for the dashboard and did not require starting- so strange. It can go nearly 250 miles on a full charge and you rarely use the brake as just lifting your foot off the accelerator slows it more than on a normal car. It ...
... fingers crossed. Meanwhile, all systems are go here, including the washing machine and dishwasher. It is wonderful to be able to cook in a real kitchen now. I have been “cooking” in a microwave in the trailer for 5 years, and the oven at Dave’s house doesn’t work, so I am looking forward to a bit of baking this winter.
Sunday, Sept 7
I am blessed to have such a wonderful place to live, courtesy of my beloved ...
... he is sanding like a madman preparing the sub-floor, and I can’t do the dust. Pffft! So I will try to busy myself with other things.
Dave finally got the floor prepped and has laid 5 rows. Looks amazing! Tomorrow should go a bit faster. I still have no voice, so I just pulled weeds. All afternoon. I am only ½ done. It is spring.
Dave has been dry laying the 2nd 5 rows. Seems it is a ...
... Inn. I quote "the best food and wine I have ever
eaten"- Kelsey Druce. Voted the greenest restaurant in the entire San Francisco
Bay area…and we found it by accident. Sonoma County seemed like a right up your
alley kind of place to be, as ma would say. On our way to Redwood National Park
in search for beautiful Sequoias and Redwoods-- loving longhair and loving
... of our visit. The fort was a thriving Russian-American Company settlement from 1812 to 1841. It was the site of California's first windmills, and it was occupied by Russians, Native Alaskans and Californians, and Creoles. ...