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... near Napa Valley. I believe it's still considered a part of wine country, though, especially since there were about 4 places for wine tasting in a span of 3 blocks. So, we went into the Cheese Factory and tried a bunch of different cheeses and did some wine tasting. The lady pouring our glasses was so nice and she ended up giving us way more than what we paid for. We were only supposed to taste 3 wines each, but ...
... Jodie and when we were putting them on the balcony discovered that some of the plants have aphids-not the ones she brought but some I have been caring for. Jodie called to say she had lost a credit card or left it home so I looked but did not find it, and later she called to say she had found it.
June 12, 2014-Thursday – I had lots of plans for today----but it is cold and overcast, and later with rain and T-storms predicted for later!! Kind ...
... The Shriners International runs the Shriners Hospitals for Crippled Children…
From the Shriners webpage… Shriners Hospitals for Children …The Shriners… In 1922 the Shriners founded the first Shriners Hospitals for Children in ...
... as well. They gave me the Yellow Fever, flu, polio, and tetanus booster vaccinations. 2 shots in each arm! Also received a bottle of Cipro to use if I get a stomach bug, and a script for Malaria pills.....wooowee expensive. I got them the other day at the travel clinic, and man were my arms sore for the next few days. All better now, and that much closer to being ready to go!
I've also been trying to learn a little bit of Swahili before I go and so far I've ...
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Juicy had suggested I stop at a historic town in Oregon, called Jacksonville. So glad I did! Having intended to spend only about an hour there, I walked around for about 3. I went antiquing (scoring an old fashioned ice cream scoop, a candy thermometer, and a commemorative coin from San Diego! That's the second uniquely San Diego item I've found at antique shops on this trip. Irony.) The entire town was classic mid-1800's style, a gold mining ...