Inn at Occidental
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... with it all. Dave plans to make it back up while I am in Europe to finish the floors. Once I am back we do the counter tops and the upper kitchen cabinets. Last, but not least will be the deck, and then…. I’m moving in!
So, when you next get a Monte Rio Blog from me…. I shall be a resident. Huzzah!
PS: Dave made another trip up and got the bedroom floor done. Looks awesome!
... Donald Hess’ philosophy: “Nurture the land; return what you take.”
Located in the historic stone winery originally constructed in 1903 by Colonel Theodore Gier, the winery first opened ...
... the mouth of the river. Jenner, where the river and the sea come together, it is a really special place. I plan to go kayaking there once I am living up here.
We head home tomorrow in the early morning… never manage as much as hoped, but always amazed by how much gets done anyway. We won’t be back up here till early April. Then, finish the drywall and whatever else we can do.
Till then, sending much love from the river,
... some fellow bikers. They were locals, so we asked about the closest bike shop and they pointed us right down the road. The man at the bike shop was really helpful in directing us to a campground for the night. We hopped back on our bikes and planned to meet Lisa there. This section of the ride was the best because most of it was on a bike trail through the redwoods. We biked next to each other and had a lot of ...
... Apparently, I failed to notice the "no photos" sign in the entryway, which accounted for the unwelcoming demeanor from the attendants, who insisted they "collect payment" immediately. The pomp and circumstance was certainly reflected in the pricing of their wine bottles and tastings ($30 per person). One thing, as is the case with just about every winery, once they know of your intent to buy, you suddenly become worthwhile to ...