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I forgot to mention, that it was a holiday here. Labour Day weekend. Didn't realise when I booked, so very fortunate to get the room. Anyway, a big party was being planned for the Saturday night. It's called the "White Party" thought about making an outfit from the sheets and pillow cases on my bed, and possibly fashioning a cross from two redwoods that I could burn on my patio, but apparently, it's not THAT sort of party! Probably for the best. I was told ...
... it on line. Amazing seafood and probably the best clam chowder in the country. We slowly left Scomas with over-stuffed bellies, back to the car and on home to the campsite. I was really tired and laid down on the bed at 5:30. Woke up this morning at 6:00! I guess the rest of the gang enjoyed a campfire and somores.
Today is our wine country tour? We've been told by the locals to go to the wine tastings at the wineries, but buy the wine at Costco!
Spent a week in Sheri's motor home, camping at Casini Ranch outside of Guerneville.
The weather was great, gave me a chance to reorganize my "stuff" in the car for the first of many times on the trip and to figure out how to set my tent up and several other things that I never had to know how to do.
Binky and Xena adjusted pretty well to their new home. Xena immediately assumed her duties of guard kitty.
Did a couple ...
... decided to show me how fast it could go on a couple of roads. It was a very cool car. We stopped for pizza then arrived at Ruth’s and I was amazed at the size of the driveway firstly. We then drove down the hill and I was dumbstruck by the house and the surrounding view. It was nothing short of fantastic. It actually really reminded me of the house in the hangover part 3. We headed in and the dogs were going crazy at the door. They have three dogs, ...
... to come gets him off the hook.
It’s a ying and yang world of course and the trip's most amazing scenery yet sees our nights spent in the worst accommodation. We vent our spleen on Trip Advisor and get on with gasping, again both OMG style and literally, as we crane our necks to see towering granite mountain faces of primeval splendor. Looking up at the 3000ft El Capitan we see about half way up some climbers on a ‘porta-ledge’ where they have apparently ...