Timber Cove Inn
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... I would have just got frustrated about no getting to try the good ones, so it was better like this. I'm sure that one day I will be back in Sonoma and Napa with more time to spend and money as well but I'm obviously very grateful that we could have at least one day because even with this I learned more about the Californian wines and some of the unique things that they have in this region as the varieties of grapes like Zinfandel as well as the different valleys. Good time in the wine ...
... hardly looked like a river. A sign at the visitor’s center mentioned a sharp decrease in the annual amount of rain from 2005-2006 to 2013-2014. There was 101.38” of rain in 2005-6 compared to 27.96” in 2013-14.
At lunchtime, we stopped at FK Lane Grove (#1) to walk the trail and grab lunch. As we got out, someone else asked Brad where we were from. They were originally from Detroit. Now, they live in Arizona ...
... in the house. He has it hooked up to the water heater now and once we have the electricity tied in we will have hot water in Big Pink. That means next trip I can do laundry here, and we can take nice hot soaks in my deep tub. Awesome! Especially as the cold and damp has kicked up our arthritis and we both send a lot of time going " ouch" and “ooff” when we walk or get up and down. Jeez, the joys of being over 60… But hey, at least we ...
... Inn. I quote "the best food and wine I have ever
eaten"- Kelsey Druce. Voted the greenest restaurant in the entire San Francisco
Bay area…and we found it by accident. Sonoma County seemed like a right up your
alley kind of place to be, as ma would say. On our way to Redwood National Park
in search for beautiful Sequoias and Redwoods-- loving longhair and loving
... ll pay $90 and go to the park…
The fireworks were fun and the walk home very nice. All in all it was a great day. Oh, did I mention that, in an effort for all of the little river towns to be able to play the July 4 card, only one of the cities actually had their events on July 4? (The smallest town, as it happens.) The rest of us had been assigned alternate dates, ours was on June 30!!!! Still, we all pretended, and if you went from town to ...