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... We picked up a dozen, put them on ice and put them in the car to have at a later date.
We then drove back towards Napa in order to visit a winery on our way home. The winery was my choice, so under pressure I told Ben the name of the one that I had decided looked most appealing. After a drive with spectacular views of the vineyards of Napa, we parked up along side posh, unpronounceable sports vehicles and walked past the limos with men in suits waiting for girls in posh ...
... story went national, and they raised 66K in 60 days. PLUS, the national attention brought in buyers, so Don and Susie can retire and the place will continue on as the heart of Monte Rio. I LOVE this story. Here is a short news clip abut the situation: http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/story?id=908 1707
One more aside: A piece of Christo’s Running Fence hangs from the ceiling of the theater. The largest remaining piece known. Sadly, between ...
... It blows in the wind and smells a lot like
fall in the mid-west—Kelsey found a nice Mountain patch the lay in!
The next day, in the early morning we had a few local deer
that walked very nonchalantly through the camping area below our site. We were also graced by a lizard, a few more
turkeys and even some squirrels who eat some of our apples and oats left back at
... It’s a tiny shower and a tiny video screen, but they get the job done! Perhaps a bit of dark chocolate with the vino, Yeah … life is good!
Monday, Day 3 of the trip:
Yesterday we lucked out and the skies cleared long enough for us to get some drywall. Yahoo! We were quite a sight: a little red Miata, towing an 8-foot trailer, carrying 12-foot drywall. We made a second trip for the 8 footers, and just as we got it all safe it ...
... thing in nature to be sure. Andrew and I named it "King of Trees" and marked it as such in the GPS.
The Avenue ended not long after that and merged back with 101. Not far down the road from this, in Garberville was a store worth getting trapped by. The Bigfoot store was surrounded by award-winning work if the resident chainsaw artist. He made a Shrek, a whole slew of bears, a great little fairy tale treehouse, and most importantly, a large Bigfoot.