Cottages on River Road
Travel Blogs from Guerneville
... shopping bags and successfully raising them 500 feet below and several degrees latitude below their natural habitat. He raised a white birch for some time in the backyard. It was never as tall as the ones in Northern Wisconsin, but it lived for a long time. He also has transplanted firs. So I thought this redwood would be a fun challenge. Could he grow the thing in a place that is often below freezing and sometimes in drought like Chicago? In the end, i decided not to ...
... my neighbor is that when the deer show up to eat my fruit, they no longer crash, boom, bang over the cheesy wood strips I laid before to keep the weeds down. Speaking of which, we had a MASSIVE crop of little cherry plums. Very tasty! Unfortunately the pear tree has some kind of disease, so this year it was a bust. The black berries are just starting to get ripe, so I am grabbing a few here and there.
Home for a couple of weeks, and we did a nice ...
... posts were strategically placed and I hung the lattice work. I was darn proud of my work too! Once the ivy grows up those babies it should cover things quite nicely thank you. And I can still see the beautiful redwoods that surround my property, lovely.
Our next trip was in June, before I went off to Europe. The weather was beautiful and Dave really got moving on the structure. The water had taken a serious toll on the entire building, and Dave being ...
... overlooking the bay. We'll just pretend the road thing didn't happen and I'll take a tonne of painkillers and anti-inflammatories and hope for the best. I spent the afternoon with a frozen packet of corn on it and it seems to be helping, though the $1.99 corn has not fared so well.
We shall now look forward with joy and happiness to thirty three days of tents and Supernoodles to make up for the minor budget infringements. We'll let you know how it ...
... Tried to get R to take an interest but no. Great bookshop. We headed into the park and got the info at the visitor's centre, then headed across the peninsular for the beach. Best part of the day was the 3 mile walk along the beach - almost deserted, vast and beautiful. R and I tried taking arty shots of gulls on the wing, the sand, the water,
etc, every one a cliche ...
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