Motel 6 Petaluma
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... was just right.
As usual, there was some interesting people watching to do which is so much more rewarding than their TV.
We had booked a wine tour with Terrific Tours and were picked up by Travis outside our hotel at 0945.
He had three other couples to pick up at various locations and then we were off.
There was Mark and Paula from Seattle; Brandy and Nino from South Cal, and Dennise and Aven something or other (having asked ...
... you are parked in my front yard? Are you ok?"
Well, I was doing rather well today as I had no idea it was anyone's front yard. It looked like a scabby pull in off a small side road.
More apologies, then we were off again.
Most of the traffic seemed to be heading in the opposite direction to us, which was great. What traffic there was was doing the old overtaking/undertaking thing that they do all the time over here. They weave in and out of lanes all ...
... who was born 3 years ago with severe disabilities. Our granddaughter, Aubrey Grace lived 3 months but was loved by all of her family. Upon her death, Clayton and Jen donated money and got involved with Giant Steps. Giant Steps is an organization that provides free therapy for disabled people. The funds are raised by the Gala weekend.
The horse show took place over 2 days; a Sat ...
... around 4pm. The drought here is pretty intense. I have posted some pics of the view as we came into wine country. All the grapes seem to be well watered, but all the grasses are like straw. It seems that they drip irrigate all the important crops...like grapes...You can see how one carelessly tossed cigarette or match, would just burn almost forever. We finally got settled into the Petaluma KOA, which is packed with people...this is one of the biggest KOA's ...
... the were judged by a panel of local residents to determine the award for best in parade. Unfortunately we have no idea who picked up this year's title as we did not stick around for the announcement; the lure of a cold IPA at the Silver Peso was too greater temptation on this fine & sunny 4th of July. Our final long weekend jaunt was the Fillmore Jazz Festival. The Festival, inaugurated in 1985, is the largest free ...