Sea Ranch Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... because my asthma & chronic bronchitis seems to have morphed into COPD according to my new doctor. Not really surprising, but annoying. The cold and damp exacerbate the problem. Still, I will figure this all out because there is no way I am giving up my little slice of heaven over a little bit of dampness! Besides, it’s a seasonal problem and will abate once things warm up in the spring. Maybe.
Super Dave left abut mid-December and will be ...
... 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 ...
... to blow any out. Part of the joys of having kids right?! I don't remember the last present I got to open on my own or birthday candle I blew out........
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 been designed to blend in with surrounding landscape, there are many access points to the beach and a small town eight miles from where the Thornhill's house is.
We got on the road Good Friday at 5:30 AM, in hopes of beating the traffic. I am fighting bronchitis, so basically Dave just rolled me out of bed and into the car. All was progressing well until we blew a tire in Valencia. Dave got the spare on and luckily we were not far from one of his favorite tire stores, so we got a whole set of new tires and continued on our way. (The old ones were pretty spent and there is no use risking another blow ...
... It blows in the wind and smells a lot like
fall in the mid-west—Kelsey found a nice Mountain patch the lay in!
The next day, in the early morning we had a few local deer
that walked very nonchalantly through the camping area below our site. We were also graced by a lizard, a few more
turkeys and even some squirrels who eat some of our apples and oats left back at