Wilbur Hot Springs
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... in my throat due to the unfamiliar feeling of no longer moving up the slight slope out of the bank. I was stuck. My front passenger tire spun and whirred against the loose, wet mud that made up the incline of the road. I got out and let out a desperate laugh because I had reason to believe I was the only person within a 10 mile radius, let alone someone with a vehicle that could pull me out. I nervously walked further down the road to see if there was any ...
... that I did it on my bike." Her face turned incredulous as she responded, "Wait a minute, you didn't know that you were going to climb Mt. St. Helena today?" "I would have to say no on that one."
We proceeded in and found a beautiful campspot along the creek running through the property. We quickly discovered that this place is the polar opposite microcosm of American culture of what we experienced the day before at the KOA. Which one is more bizarre is debatable, but to ...
... tasting rooms. Which was more charming. I still am a California wine snob. Italian wines are very drinkable, however, just different then here. They didn’t seem as bold or heavily bodied as the wines we are use to here and love. That’s okay, I still enjoyed experiencing their styles of wine. Especially when it was made as local as from the farm next door and served in a glass pitcher.
Italy is a country full of laws but no rules. Someone told me ...
... drive through. We drove thru three times. Lovely scenery, beautiful river scenes. Spoilt by all the road works, which necessitate stopping for about 10 minutes, as the one lane gets closed and you have to sit waiting for the oncoming traffic. This meant that we were running late, so after having quite a good Chinese meal, we decided that ...
... the massive pile of dishes before dinner today. Tonight we ate scrambled, curry eggs and onions, millet with swiss cheese and steamed yams and sweet potatoes. I've also enjoyed their humor and experience. We had more good talks at dinner and in the hot tub. We covered Juno and abortion, past WWOOFer stories, our experiences with unschooling and families, farms and futures.
My next chapter begins tomorrow...