Well, our family “stuff” survived the Coffee Park Fire in the storage unit. For this post, I think I will forego my usual wordiness and let the photos speak for themselves. This will be a photo recap of our first go-round back in Sonoma County, CA, but not a lot of captions. Amidst all the saddening devastation we did manage to enjoy some family time with Max. We took him to the Pronzini Pumpkin Patch in Petaluma, Lagunitas Brewing Co. also in Petaluma, and the Fall Fun Fest put on by Redwood Covenant Church in Santa Rosa.
Ominous daytime skies as we arrive in Santa Rosa, CA.
The remains of Puerto Vallarta restaurant.
One of the small trailer parks on Piner Rd.
Coffee Park neighborhood.
Journey’s End trailer park.
Taking care of our first responders at the Deputy Sheriff’s Association clubhouse.
Massive fire camp set up at the Sonoma County fairgrounds.
Signs of support scattered all over the county.
More from Coffee Park.
This was our family home for 25 years, now reduced to ash.
Our old home from another angle.
Time to check out the Pronzini Pumpkin Patch in Petaluma.
Max was a bit apprehensive about the haystack maze.
But once he got fired up, “Geronimo!”
Max and his Oma funnin’ around as the spider and the fly…
Bouncin’ in the Bounce House.
Sliding into the corn pit.
While we were in Petaluma, might as well stop off for lunch and a brewery tour at Lagunitas Brewing Co.
Max was getting hungry…
Mommy, Max, and Oma fooling around while waiting for the tour.
Is it time for the tour, yet?
Touring Lagunitas Brewing Co.
And now for some Halloween fun at the Fall Fun Fest put on by Redwood Covenant Church in Santa Rosa.
A little Corn Hole action.
Lots of games and activities for the kids at Fall Fun Fest.
From Santa Rosa it was back to the central coast area of California, Atascadero to be exact, for some more Hailey time. Until next post…