Girasol Vineyard & Inn
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... was in order - from ground that was all below 2000' above sea leel, we were on our way up to 10,500' - and as we started climbing, those headwinds came a knocking. Seeing I had plenty of fuel, I decided to go for some extra speed and burn some more fuel, so settled in at 5250rpm and saw some good speeds.
Crossing the Rockies was jolly dramatic, and I hadn't realised it was a series ...
Saturday: I got an early start as I couldn't sleep anyway, so I figured I'd put on some serious miles on my first day ... and I did ... 486 of them. Fortunately, traffic wasn't too bad along the I-5 in Washington, except for about 20 miles of road construction an hour out of Bellevue. That was slow going but after that it was just steady, serious driving, (although, we did take advantage of rest ...
... it was nice and quiet, with folks greeting us and their neighbors as we walked along Main Street.
The Farmer's Market sets up at 4:00 on Fridays, so we strolled through, then hit some shops, including a general store/antique shop that sold 120 kinds of bottled soda and candy from the 50's, 60's and 70's.
Our brochure lists 17 public art installations on the streets of the downtown area. We saw 6 in the first 7 blocks. Bronze ...
... and the cool September air which is certainly welcome after the heat of this summer reminds me that fall is right around the corner. And with the change of seasons comes the wanderlust that accompanies Doug's and my mutual retirement. So where are we off to now? Would you believe Morocco? Yep, 16 days on Road Scholar's tour--"Morocco: Melting Pot of Cultures."
The itinerary begins in Rabat, the capital city, ...
... tour guide than we ever could have done on our own with only a guidebook and a map.
At the end of our 17-day whirlwind tour of Italy, changing locales ever two days and living out of a suitcase, we switched gears (and countries) and stayed put for a week in a rental house (known as a gite) in the small Provencal village of Goult, France. The first day we recouped our stamina by lounging by the outdoor pool and reading, swimming, eating, ...