Vineyard Valley Inn
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
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... signs here do not lie!
We made it to Fort Ross, which was the first Russian settlement up here. (Hence the Russian River moniker.) It was, of course closed and we shall save that for a day-trip. It looks like a very interesting historical site. At this point we turned inland and took a road that promised Cazadero in 12 miles. That is quite near our home, so rather than scare the pants off me driving south above the ocean with ...
... br> That's it for today, hopefully the pics I got from around the campground will fill in for he lack of excitement of our day.
Tomorrow - McKinleyville, California. Our goal for the first part of the trip, also, Mother's Day and Dolly will see her daughter for the first time in over a year. Let's just say, Dolly is super excited.
Jan, Dolly and Chi-Chi.
... as soon as we got there and watched an outdoor movie before heading to bed. Mike bought some wood and got his fire going. And Katherine and Mike saw two deer run through the campground. The whole area looked down on valley full of vineyards. A beautiful setting for our first night in the RV. As it was Ryan 10 th birthday today, we managed to get a really yummy cream cake and candles and celebrated his birthday in different ways throughout the ...
We had a relatively earlier start as we wanted to drive as close to San Francisco as we could get so Euan grabbed the free breakfast which consisted of a cup of **** coffee and a muffin and we were off.
Chris had to do his 'Double' challenge today consuming 16 oranges which Euan peeled whilst Chris gobbled and he completed the challenge by the end of the day, much to Euan's disappointment!
The drive from ...
... thought of John Pruit and how he would have enjoyed this breakfast.
While we were eating, our tour guide showed up, and was able to meet the owners of the place. Raymond our guide was amazing. Since he can only take up to four people, and they all have to be from the same group he is able to personalize your experience, and use his extensive connections to give you the best experiences. He was extremely ...