Hyatt Vineyard Creek Hotel and Spa
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... a fabulous market place where a plethora of wine, cheeses, fruits, nuts and all things organic could be found. After buying a few choice items to take for lunch on the go, we headed out to one of Phyllis' gardens. She has several spread over Sonoma County, generally trading her gardening skills for space. She than takes her produce to local area Farmer's Market to sell. People ...
... in the Marines. Noah was also joined with his younger brother Benjamin who had arrived that day and was working on the ranch too. When we arrived there were already some other workaway there; two girls from Denmark, one girl from Germany, a man from Turkey and the ranch owners son Xavier who also spent some time in the army and is now helping out in the ranch. We said hello to Richard and Linda ...
A little wakeful in the early hours then fell asleep so when my alarm went off I turned it off then dropped back to sleep, then woke up 45 min later! Arrgghh! Mad rush, super quick shower, just made it before breakfast closed (but wasn't the last one). Really packed programme Caldwell Esselstyn spoke first. Colin Campbell spoke again. It was great seeing these chaps- I had read their books & listened to and watched interviews with them for the past year. Truth ...
... there made me get itchy feet sooner than hoped. I think it is a very brave thing to be able to pack your bags and go to a new place, and essentially start a new life. I think it takes a courageous and open minded person to be able to go into the unknown.. and I am so proud of being able to tell my stories and show my photos from all the wonderful places I have been able to ...
Some excursions around San Rafael. We drove to Muir Woods, towering Redwood trees, and to Petaluma, where we spent some time in the garden of the local bus supervisor from San Rafael. We met a dad and his 37 year old daughter who was in a wheelchair, and used a communication device to speak to us. We talked to them for a couple of hours. She was quite an amazing character, had completed 1 degree and was onto her ...