Monday, May 6, 2013
(This week is brought to you by: Dear God, this child will not nap. This is my attempt to wipe the slate clean before our next trip. You should expect little to no research, poor editing, and mostly incoherent sentences.)
What business does a 400-acre African wildlife preserve have in the wine soaked valleys of Sonoma? None. It has no business being there. Thankfully, that didn’t stop Peter Lang from building one of the weirdest pit stops on our trip to the north country.
Oh, and that’s also where we decided to celebrate Thanksgiving. If you’re going to spend Thanksgiving dinner away from your family, you have to do it right. Sure, there are plenty of places all along the northern California coast offering ocean sunset views and sophisticated takes on traditional Thanksgiving fare. But, you know, boring. Thanksgiving dinner amidst the giraffes, rhinos, and gazelles? It was a no brainer. Get the itinerary…
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