- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... while it was greeted by the enlightened as the greatest novel of the 20th Century, most readers . . . you remember them; the ones who actually try to read the damn thing . . . find it incomprehensible.
Even as an adult, Joyce was so frightened, so terrified, so thunderstruck by . . . uhhhhh . . . well . . .thunder, that he skipped "kaboom" and "kablammy" and opted instead for a 100 letter word to describe it:
... for a future special occassion.
From the winery, we went straight to Russian River Brewery in Santa Rosa. Husb was very excited about this stop, and we enjoyed a short stroll around Santa Rosa before wandering in. The town is really small, with a cute downtown area dotted with shops, restaurants, and bars. The brewery was somewhat disappointing compared to others we have been to in that it did not have much character and was ...
If the map pin looks like it is in the middle of nowhere, don't let that fool you. We are learning that California in July is a very busy place. Hours north of San Francisco, the roads to Napa, Sonoma, and the Russian River resort area where we are staying are all very busy. Santa Rosa, the nearest freeway City is a bustling place on Wednesday nights too. They have a street BBQ every Wednesday night and the crowds and street closures prevented us from filling Simon's ...
... Excellent popcorn and fresh dogs provided by Don’s Dogs, the café on the backside of the hut. It is the only theater within 30 miles, so it is well attended and well loved.
Here is a bit of backstory on the recent “haps” at the theater:
Don & Susie have been running the place for many years, and have wanted to retire from the 12-hour days and lack of viable income. (Their passion is not waning, but exhaustion ...
... br> Today I worked a bit with Dave doing insulation and trying to help get the ceiling drywall up. Watching Dave problem solve as we go along is truly amazing. He just modifies or creates tools to handle what normally takes a crew. He is really a one-man show, but I try to lend a hand when I can. The ceiling is tough for me because I have limited motion in my shoulder and can’t really do the work over my head thing very well, but I am great with the walls! ...