20 Oaks Cottages & RV Park
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We were up by 7 (okay I was), leaving by 8. A very long drive ahead. 500 kilometers northwest to Redwood. We stop to make some last pictures of Napa Valley. Which turn out pretty good actually. I'm excited to see the Redwoods. They closed the California State Park a few years ago to cut cost. Redwood NP actually consists of three State Parks and one National Park. Together they protect 10.000 square miles of Redwoods. About 36% from what's left of them in the ...
... mini chocolate and lemon cheesecakes and local red wine we were stuffed. Wished every one luck for tomorrow then headed home. Just when we thought it was time for bed walker notions us to join him outside. We were about to partake in our first session of Californian bud. It was gooooooooooooood. The three of us talked for a bit then it was definitely time for bed. Another awesome day completed ...
... the bridge and continued on to Cloverdale, Ca. KOA. Now, most KOA's are pretty close to the highway, but not this one! It was a gorgeous drive through big trees and lots of wineries. Up the side of a big hill to spectacular views.
We took the dogs for a walk and met a man that asked if we like beer. I pointed at Mike and said he does. It turned out that they were filming a show in the park (yes in the middle of wine country) all about people and their ...
... silent meditation pools, so Matt and I had to practice our nonverbal communication skills under a sign that read "Please refrain from conversation and sexual activity" while many women were seemingly tantrically becoming mothers quite appropriately on Mother's Day. We did a good job of following the silent rule (and the other rules too!) until we had to seriously supress laughter at the sight of the pool cleaning guy. He was fully nude, of course, with a handlebar mustache, and ...
... before we left, and I really have to agree. Especially in the driving sense. Road signs are merely ‘suggestions’. I was a bit worried about our driving in Italy, hearing how awful it is. However, it wasn’t near as bad as I thought. Tom did a very good job in driving. For the experience of Italy we wanted to obtain, you have to drive. Driving is the only way to get way into the back countryside of Italy. Giving you the freedom to roam. Places that are ...