Timber Cove Inn
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... We picked up a dozen, put them on ice and put them in the car to have at a later date.
We then drove back towards Napa in order to visit a winery on our way home. The winery was my choice, so under pressure I told Ben the name of the one that I had decided looked most appealing. After a drive with spectacular views of the vineyards of Napa, we parked up along side posh, unpronounceable sports vehicles and walked past the limos with men in suits waiting for girls in posh ...
... At one point one of them jumped completely out of the water then disappeared again. It was great fun watching them and everything else going on out there.
Dinner was wonderful, too. The restaurant has a half-price special on bottles of wine on Tuesdays. The bartender told me it would be cheaper to buy the bottle if I was planning on having more than one glass with dinner, so I did (the nice thing was ...
... chewed a small whole in the bottom of the wooden food box at our
campsite and waited for clueless campers to leave for a hike!
A visit to Sonoma State University was very pleasant. The Environmental Technology Center was the
best. It had grape vines, fruit trees and fresh produce growing in gardens
outside the building. We had dinner at a
restaurant in Sonoma Valley called ...
... hurry to finish up here, as I can’t really move till late summer. The good news is that, with the addition of the drywall, it begins to look like an actual abode and not just a stick frame.
The drywall progress has been further delayed by the necessity to purchase and install trailer tie downs, so as to comply with my insurance regulations, and the added annoyance of car problems. Luckily, since Dave is the “Meister of All Things”, he ...
... range from geographic specific clubs to interest related clubs to manufacturer clubs - like the BAC.
We have found the BAC to be a great group of people. We all have RV'ing in common to begin with and we all own Beaver Motorcoaches. The BAC runs a forum in which members can ask questions related to travel, problems with their coaches or just general 'stuff'. They also host dozens ...