Saturday, September 8, 2007

9/8/07 Russian River/Cloverdale

Travelling from Morgan Hill to Russian River/Cloverdale was uneventful.

It was blissfully simple compared to the last drive in August starting in Oakland at 6:30 PM From Golden Gate Truck Center and accidentally going though downtown San Francisco and over the Golden Gate Bridge.

This time we went on the right freeways, over the San Rafael Bridge ($8.50), arrived in the daylight, dumped and backed into our space with no worries. Much nicer!

No sleep last night, I had to sleep sitting up due to the coughing. Took this morning at a slow pace, then went out to find apple farms. We started with a nice lunch in Healdsburg which included garlic, parmesan, and rosemary French fries and ended up in Sebastopol with 50 Gravenstein organic apples, two large containers of honey – orange and blackberry – and cranberry orange jelly. The fresh cider didn’t last through the evening.

Sarah and I took a long walk ending at the Russian River. Both she and Mayim had fun wading. She is teaching me how to be a ninja! J Tomorrow we go to Trinidad.

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