Staybridge Suites Fairfield Napa Valley Area
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... healthy and have the desire, strength and wherewithal to do it! Traveling, exploring and learning is the journey...the destination is a moving target! Thank you all for your encouraging words and great comments throughout. Although I originally starting writing a travel blog as a way to remember where I've been, what I've seen and what I like, it is so much more fun when I get your feedback that you feel like you are traveling with me! Until next time.... Cheers, ...
We cleaned up the rest of the old camper with another trip to the dump and then started the risky work of pulling down the rickety frame for the former owners garage. The wood was dry and rotten at the base. It was going to fall in the next big storm. It would not do to have it fall on the water tanks. So we figured out that we could just pull it over with the truck. It cam down with a crash in the ...
... Italian bars and restaurants.
After a couple of drinks at a cafe bar we went to an Italian restaurant and had a wonderful pasta meal.
After that we wandered along through North Beach and found Melt, a fondue bar with live jazz, where we sat and got mellow with a beer and a wine.
We then jumped on a cable car which took us straight to our hotel - a great end to a lovely day. ...
... Rafael UHaul and had a hitch installed. With a hitch we can get a
bike rack for our bikes, AND a box for the back of the Van that will go
between the van and our bikes to hold chairs, the awning for the side of
the van, the bike bags & helmets, and the outdoor rug for under the
awning. In the next few days we'll order the box and the bike rack,
and get a bike cover to go over our bikes when they are locked on it.
... I left him the same man that he had been before our meeting, but with a little more light in his eyes, sparked by the hope that maybe everything is going to be alright.
Most conversations are one-sided, with my part being that of the mute, only participating with a nod, or a "sure" to let them know I'm still listening with intent. They aren't looking for advice, knowing that it would be considered, but not followed, they are looking for someone to confess ...