Motel 6 Santa Rosa North
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On Wednesday we met up with Sue's little sister at The Petrified Forest. It was very interesting and I have always wanted to see petrified wood since I wrote a paper about it in 5th grade. Admission was a tad over-priced for the whole ten minute walk.
I even bought a sample to bring home.
It was a nice walk with some huge trees turned into stone.
Then we headed to Old Faithful Geyser. Not THE Old Faithful, but California's version.
... Schulz airport (after the cartoonist) and there are characters from Peanuts scattered around the airport. I couldn't get over the intense security on a small internal flight - shoes off and everything NZ is so much more relaxed about internal flights. During the flight I regretted I didn't have my warm jacket on, the plane was freezing. Left Santa Rosa as the sun was setting - it looked really ac gorgeous. What at first looked like foam on the shore form ...
... street in the world” starts. Its eight sharp turns spread over an extremely steep block attract not only a crowd of onlookers, but also many cars whose drivers want to experience the thrill of zigzagging their way down the slope . As a reward, Thomas got to take the cable car back down the hill.
Emily, on the other hand, seems to love travelling in my child carrier. However, she enjoys the occasional break to explore on her own, and so does my back.
... without a lot of twerking. Music with heart, performed for real people, not LA's idea of what 13 year old girls might get their parents to buy them. Laurie deserves a beer too.
So, Santa Rosa has quite a few citizens that have been doing it right, be it Luther Burbank, or the folks at the Russian River Brewery or Laurie. Doing what they do, the best they can and in the end, benefiting other people. Doesn't sound too spineless to ...
... map programs we were using decided to take us two different ways…which one to take? Of course, neither of them told us about the $20 toll we'd be paying to cross over the bridge. California has to make revenue somehow. BUT we made it to the Napa Valley Expo RV Park easily.
It’s a small park on the exposition grounds, which is much like an old fairgrounds. No trees to interfere with Harlan’s satellite, but lots of ...