Motel 6 Fairfield North
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... job in order to get what we needed for the layover in Taiwan. After passing through security, we enjoyed a leisurely couple of hours before our flight departed.
We booked the initial leg on EVA Air, which is the Taiwanese national airline. As we were waiting at the gate, we noticed that the crew had assembled; in addition to the flight staff, there were a dozen cabin attendants, a big jump up from what we are used to on, say, Southwest Air. The kids ...
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Aragon and I found some new places for him to take his 'daily walks' here at the Napa Elks. Really nice facilities here and friendly people. Peaceful setting.
For today's ADVENTURE Ms. Bonna thought we should go over to Fairfield and visit the Jelly Bean Factory. So I thought, yes, kind of a neat way to spend 1/2 an hour or so. Off ...
... the town that has produced some of our best friends, including our current renters back in Bigfork. We roamed the downtown streets and stopped in for some retro rock and roll at the Pyramid Ale House, where the crowd resembled a gathering at Brookie's Cookies in Bigfork at one of their outdoor concerts.
Just like the rest of the time we spent on this stop in "The Artful Odyssey" It felt like home.
... is what forces us to dig deep and discover who we really are. I felt that if I had stayed close to home it would have been too easy to cuddle up inside my comfort zone and not push myself. I knew it had to be all or nothing, I was either going to leap into the next stage of my life or I would make no progress at all. However, I wasn’t trying to get away. I had an idyllic childhood that made me who ...
... 7 Dwarves discover our domestic bliss in campervan, and all the other essentially non-essential necessities that 4 kids can throw in during the last frantic minutes of packing (and visiting new baby). It was hot on the road and not too long before the bickering started, but generally a feeling of goodwill settled and the lack of screen time almost forgotten (did I mention that aside from music and the family blog there is to be no screen time for the month?). Mount Shasta loomed ...