Farmhouse Inn & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... to remind me when I was a child, “Rob, don’t ever make fun of someone’s name or the way they look; they can’t help what God gave them when they were born.”
I don’t know about God’s participation, but Mom was right: we are born with the name our parents chose. Sometimes with rhyme, sometimes with reason, often with neither. Sometimes a name is a source of comfort. Sometimes a source of ...
... mimosas. The trip was a great experience and well worth the early start. It had the added advantage that we got to see the entire valley without dragging the kids around for hours in the car. Jo really enjoyed it despite being petrified of heights.
After breakfast we then drove into the lovely town of St Helena. We wandered for a while in the sunshine, grabbing a coffee and some supplies. We then drove north into the Napa countryside ...
... and settled in the county from the late 16th to mid 19th century, seeking timber, fur, and farmland as their primary source of income. Having navigated my way around it was time to fire up the big Chevy and see a little more of the region. Unbeknownst to me the GPS with a mind of its own directed the SUV to a lovely little place called the Adobe Creek Golf Club. As a mere chauffeur who was I to stand in the way of GPS technology? The only issue was ...
... popular (aside from the wine, of course).
So the goal today was to leave San Francisco in the rear view mirror, but the first stop was to get scheduled maintenance on Sue (the Outback), as we passed 6,000 miles for the trip over the weekend. That gave us a leisurely couple of hours to do some admin stuff, get the blog updated, and eat breakfast (we skipped the Skanksville Hotel "free" breakfast for the Putnam Subaru one combined ...
Drove out of Yosemite and down to Napa Valley, a famous wine region of California. Some of the scenery in this part of the country is just like Australia between Sydney and Melbourne with dry grass, suspiciously eucalypt tree lookalikes and random rocks in fields. Even the houses look Australian and unlike buildings I've seen in the US up to now. Passed some ...