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... in this world, we have been so blessed this happened here.
It seems this has made our adventure a little difficult to carry on so we will be heading straight to Texas where VA will get my Dave back up and running in no time. We both can't wait get back to our tent but for now, we'll deal with what life has given us and be grateful for every day we have, especially every day we have each ...
... about this place from some website that advertises free campgrounds in the area."
Mike laughs, "well you should probably have some words with that website when you get a chance."
I agree tenfold, "say, what kind of animals are in the area?" I say, almost fearing the answer I'm going to get.
"Oh," Mike begins to say, pausing to spit the brown juice from his mouth, "you'll get bears, coyotes (pronouncing it ky-yotes), and lions out here."
... way of putting out the flames. I lost track of time but after what I guess was a couple of minutes, I realised we were winning, most of the flaming grass having been reduced to smouldering black earth. Once it was all out and the fire in the middle was left to burn out on it's own, I spent a few minutes raking dirt over the still-smoking grass to put it out, before collapsing on the ground. Underneath the hoody I was soaked in sweat and desperately needed some water, but it was hard ...
... we washed and dried the outsides of the bottles, put the caps on and boxed them. When we moved on to the new bottles, made in France, we had four stickers to put on them: The Le Vin logo and info, an organic olives/pressed by monks message and a limited reserve seal for the lemon olive oil. It was really good. We tried some on crackers.
We had grilled cheese sandwiches with avocado and tomato at 3:00. Our English girl had never had grilled cheese before! ...
... had been able to "check" for it yet since we woke up. I could not stop laughing and eventually I had to remove myself to the vineyard to call home and recount all the circumstantial humor.
Saturdays are only half days here, which was nice because I was still dealing with the sniffles. I didn't start working until 11:00 and we broke for lunch around 1:30. Us girls got a good chunk of pruning done and Matt worked on mowing and weed wacking ...