The Inn at Work Family Ranch
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Yes, an hour and a half later I'm stopping again, LOL. I do have to say it's one of the nicest rest stops I've seen, of course I have also seen the movie killer on I-5 so I am a little bit scared--just kidding But got to go you got to go, hopefully next stop will be LA, guess I better not drink any ...
... and came along side of us blowing his horn and scared (Neva) but we made it through by the grace of God. The temperature was 60 and when we arrived it was 99. Got out of the truck and got hit with the heat.We are in the valley where a lot of the produce for the US is grown. It is basically a desert but through irrigation they grow all kinds of things.It has been interesting to see the stuff and how it is grown. We have stayed here an extra day till Lee has planned out the next leg of ...
... on the rocks. I think if I were a seal, it wouldn't be a bad place to be!
There were quite a few people there, and you could get quite close to them, but they didn't seem bothered by it at all.
We spent some time there taking some photos and soaking up the sun, then we headed back towards the car.
We stopped at Haagen Dazs for a smoothie then jumped back in the car.
We opted to drive on the 101, which is the coast road as opposed to the freeway, so we ...
... bay -- one of them even had a baby on her stomach. And then we decided to end our time here by visiting another winery in Santa Margarita -- it was five o-clock here so absolutely no problem! Everywhere you look in this area you see vineyards -- on flat land, on hillsides, and even up the mountain sides. Hope everyone had a good Memorial Day today, and took time to remember all of those who have sacrificed so much for our ...
Woke up, jump started the camper with a wrench as a hammer and a piece of wire. Now I know how to hotwire the camper without a key. or needing to be inside it.
We made it to the house in time, and met our caterer. She also overlooks the event to make sure everything goes as smoothly as possible. We now have a lot of things to get moving on.
The van starter motor worked with some percussive maintenance, and now to Atascadero. At least it's stopped raining for ...