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... and had pizza. Have a drink outside and watch a wedding party arrive ( there are 3 on site at hotel today!). Go into Napa and mooch before going to restaurant for great burgers. Catch minibus back. Weather was glorious with a perfect temperature but we gather they have only had 15 mins rain since January so not without its ...
... We didn't stay at the lodge this year, instead choosing to take Tumbleweed and stay at the fairgrounds in Santa Rosa. For those of you who RV, it is a decent place to stay for a reasonable price. Gravel sites, fairly level and quiet...unless it's fair time I suppose. :)
We headed back to Sacramento on the 5th for a couple more commitments and left for Oregon on June 16th. We are looking forward to cooler weather and seeing some new things.
... our marriage licence from the Marin Civic Centre, just up the road from their house, the last commission of Frank Lloyd Wright, completed in 1962 after his death and one of the most interesting modern civic buildings I have ever seen. In the days before the wedding, Dave took us on their boat to Angel Island in SF Bay where we had a great hike and picnic with 360 degree views of the bay. We had a pre-wedding lunch at a beautiful restaurant, ...
... know you're in California. Sunny and hot (80’s)
The drive over the mountain from Sonoma to Napa Valley is 15 miles of twisty road with
sheer drops, no shoulders and poor ...
... away. What a discovery! Most of Big Sur is viewed from above there are not a lot of beaches easily accessible. But this one after a brief wait was ideal. The water was ice cold but the beach was not. I could have stayed forever! San Francisco was calling and after a 4 hour beachfront view we needed to be moving along. The drive up was pretty, but not as scenic and south Hwy 1. Still impressive. We found a food stand with incredibly cheap produce from the local farms that were all over ...