The Wharf Master's Inn
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We headed up to Mendocino, where we stopped at a local bar, got delicious barbecue, and did our first travel busywork since we started- sharing our itinerary with friends and family, setting up a mailing list, changing addresses, etc. All of the local campgrounds were full so we stayed at our first hotel of the trip in Fort Bragg.
... was his way of coping with the loss. His son, James Louis Day, Jr. learned how to be a father through living with an emotionally injured father.
My mother lost her mother in the birthing of her sibling also. When my crippled Aunt Claudia was born, my maternal grandmother died. My mother never recovered from her six year old tragedy.
The two of them, my parents, had a common suffering. They bonded ...
... on board the plane, Issy and Ady slept for the first 3 hours – peace!) We made good time and surprised Mary and Peter at 9.30pm for a wonderful reunion and Italian spag bol, after not seeing Peter since our last family visit 7 years previously. They live in the most idyllic fairy tale setting in the Mendocino redwoods. They have a wonderful guest cottage which Rick, Ady and I called home for the next 7 days; Issy had Mary’s spare room in their ...
Mum and the boys flew into San Francisco Friday afternoon and I went and picked them up and we spent the night in the city! I hadn't really seen much of SF yet so it was awesome to check it out with the fam. We stayed on Market Street which is right in the middle of everything. We walked everywhere. All the way down to Fisherman's Wharf where we ...