When we got to Norwood, I first had to stop a the grocery store for a few things. Paulís friend owned a great restaurant in town, and he decided to treat me for lunch. I have to admit, that was the best NY Strip sandwich I ever had! Meanwhile, out in the parking lot, a lot of kids had gathered to see the horses. Sadly, I said goodbye to the Wilsonís and headed out.
I had a three mile drive to the top of Norwood Hill, where I had a prearranged stop with a nice family I met back in Dry Creek Basin. Tonight weíre all real comfortable at Jessica and Joelís place and the horses are bedded down on some nice grass.
As Iím moving into summer, the horses are getting less hay and more grass. I currently have 5 bales on the wagon, and Iím not going to stock anymore for right now.
Tomorrow, Iím headed for a roadside park on the San Miguel River, just to the west of Placerville.