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... hogging the birdfood and otherwise making himself obnoxious to the smaller ones.
We plan a possible route for the next stage of our trip (3 nights in Yosemite, 2 nights in Sequoia Forest, . . .) but I think when we get on the road I may tell Kerry I want to shorten the stays at each place. I want a few extra days in Boulder to gather myself before we take off to Mexico. I want to have the arms of "home" around me for a ...
... summer. And guess what, I have just missed The God of Carnage but am still in time for the Graduate! What are the odds!
(These are the last two plays put on by my theatre society back home...)
And because you cannot have 13 blog entries.....
... was a mother seal with a young seal that it looked like she was trying to push it away to go out on its own. We saw her hit it with her flipper and then we didn't see them again. Wish them both the best of luck.
Had run out of gas for the stove so headed to Ft. Bragg to get some more. We did check in Mendocino but there was none to be found. We did find me a lovely pair of over the knee socks.
We decided to splurge on dinner and go to eat ...
... of the ones made here; we particularly enjoyed the one made by Husch. Since these are not mass produced, they are only available at the wineries. Mark had done some research and we stopped at the wineries that make dry whites: Handley, Husch, and Lula. All had nice wines and we bought as well as tasted. Unfortunately Claudia Springs is only open on the weekends so we didn't get to visit them.
... the family of deer who Issy and Ady fed with apples and the numerous varieties of birds around the woodland garden. We all had fun seeking out yet another handmade bird house around the garden or even the house and cottage.
Montgomery woods were fascinating with its majestic redwood trees which are just enormous and great for playing hide and seek in. Issy and Ady found a number of logs to sea saw on and we enjoyed a complimentary packed lunch from ...