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... There is a museum but a bit too far to walk in the heat. We went into the Mall to cool down but malls are all the same even here. Cannot believe how many thrift/second hand shops we have seen on this trip. The centre of town is quite open and green. Back for a rest before we go out again for dinner. We went downtown to a Mexican Restaurant tonight. It was excellent and very ...
... and sort all the pipes and electric cords out.... Luckily a lovely fellow camper assisted Bav into the reserved space and helped him work out what went where.
We had a great time chilling out and everything works well on the RV. After a good nights sleep we left the RV site around 12 noon and headed home, stopping at the Napa sign for a bit to eat and a few photos.
All in all, a successful trial run.
We decided that a car would get us out of the city and give us freedom that a bus tour wouldn't. How cool when we were given a new dodge to drive. The only downside was which vineyard should we go to? After gospel mass at St Boniface's we headed west to Alamo Square and viewed the Painted Ladies. The painted ladies are captured in many a picture or painting and the reason is that they remain from the great earthquake ...
... have all probably had a bottle of Calistoga Mineral Water at some time in your life. Well, it comes from Calistoga CA and THIS piece of art is out in front of the factory. Note I have Pete in a couple of the shots to show 'perspective' on the actual size of the piece. The bottles in the back of the truck are made of real glass and have water in some of them.
For those of you concerned about my 'rug rat crud'. I (and my antibiotics) have ...
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Good cinnamon rolls from Pantera experience yesterday for breakfast, then we were off to the Oxbow Market as today they also have vendors from organic farms around the valley. Oxbow Market is a large building that has been covered to hold twenty or so small boutique businesses. Several bakery, liquor, eating places as well as a Raw Oyster ...