mom: The Petrified Forest Whispers Happy Birthday Today - 09/24/08 01:48 PM
For a long time now, my mother has spoken of this place and a time where a tremendous earthquake shook the Country...the earthquake was so violent that it hurled down the Giant Redwood trees like matchsticks.  Fire, ashes, and molten lava came out and coursed down the valley in which now lies the "Petrified Forest!"  She has always wanted see this place, so today, for her Birthday, her wish was finally granted.
Debra and I decided to take my folks to this enchanting, mystical and fascinating place located in Calistoga, California.  It's a Registered Historical Landmark #915, and is a must … (47 comments)

mom: Napa Valley - Where everybody Wines... - 05/15/07 12:29 AM

Have you been to the Napa Valley lately? We travelled to Napa on Mothers Day to treat "Mom" (my wife) for her special day.  One of her favorite places to go is a winery that we like to visit regularly.  We have both been so busylately, we haven't had the chance to really go visit in a while, so the kids and I decided to take her there.The one we really like, is just a few miles past Napa in a quaint little town called St. Helena, CA.  If you ever makeit to the west coast, this area is a must see.  Some … (30 comments)

 
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