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... had to go around the SF Bay Area and half of our trip was bumper to bumper, even though it was a Saturday. That was a LONG 300 miles.
This park is right nest to where the famous horse ...
... sliced tomatoes and spinach. Very nice and while we were there, more whales appeared. What a treat this day was.
Back to the Big River and walked a ways with the dogs and then decided to turn around because it was sunnier than we had expected. Back to the campsite where we had a shared meal of black beans, rice, guacamole, pico de gallo and wine. Had a nice visit and then off to bed.
... 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.
... it wouldn't be the first time I've been pebble-dashed. But when I pulled out my little vanity mirror (as starred in the flat changing incidedt) I could see where the little "bee" had grazed my eye. Okay. Big OWIE but i carried on. By the time I got to Garborville about 5 miles on, my sunglasses were sitting wonky on my face and my eyelid was stuck to the glass. The faces of the people behind the pharmacy counter in Walmart ...
... pretty good – in Newport it tasted great until the after-taste, then it tasted like it had been used to rinse corn-on-the-cob.
We enjoyed our cheese from Tillimook so much (I think this is even the third time I am mentioning it in this blog) that when we saw a sign on I-5 for “Rogue Creamery – handmade cheeses” we pulled off. We’ve already completely blown our cheese budget for this trip. We’re addicted to fresh ...