Motel 6 Napa
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... he wanted and went for it. And the results of his dream - delicious.
Our last winery was extra special for us. Throughout our day we told people we were from Alberta and they knew of Calgary because of the Olympics and oil. At the last place today ... he said ... "Alberta hey ... either you are in oil or hockey'. We smiled. But turns out that a few days before us an Edmonton Oiler had been in to taste the wine and ...
Today we hired a little Mazda 2 for $52 (including dropping it at the airport, so saving $12 I. Train fares ;) ) after our usual late start, and headed south towards Big Sur. Our first disaster was missing the 880 turn, ending up on the bridge to San Francisco, a toll bridge, and then an attempt to exit, took the car pool lane, totally illegally! WHOOPS! But as we ended up west of San Fran we were able to take the scenic drive down Hwy 1 instead, which gave us ...
... America,it's beautiful,the. views from the mountains are amazing,wineries everywhere,we can walk to shops,Walmart is just down the road from us.
everyone here is friendly ,I've been swimming here at the pool every day,the weather is lovely and warm .
tommorrow is our last day ,we will do packing and shopping, and have dinner with our new friends
will be down under soon
Sylvia and Kevin
... enjoyed it. California has such a vast array of microclimates and each is beautiful in their own unique way. We did see and experience the incredible draught the state is experiencing. From not being served water at restaurants, to empty swimming pools, lakes being extremely low, to the miles and miles of incredibly brown fields, one can not stop and wonder how this is effecting the economy now and in the future. As we left we pray for rain and no ...
... down in a cone to drain, before being hot water dunked to loosen the feathers. Next comes the bird plucker which does most of the work for us, before we finish pulling out the downy feathers by hand. The last stage is to chop the feet off and learn how to take it's insides out without bursting any nasty bits. Very interesting stuff! Overall we beheaded 3 geese and 5 ducks, and Daniel and I had a go at each ...