Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Russian River Cruise - Day 7 - May 18

We sailed from Yaroslavl at 1:30 p.m. and arrived the next day at Goritsy at 11:00 a.m. We sailed across Lake Rubinsk, formed in 1941 between the upper Volga River and its tributaries, the Molga and the Sheksna Rivers, with the completion of the dam and hydroelectric station at Rubinsk.
The photos are of little farms, cranes and river trafffic. The sunrise is on our way to Goritsy.

We bought a new top mattress and a couple of pillows with a 10 yr warranty on the mattress...... man, this ran us over $1,000 and stuff was on sale! Boy, am I ever out of touch with the costs of things. Of course, its been over 20 years since we bought any furniture. So, I guess, if you get good stuff, it lasts.

On Saturday, I was to the Tea Party to officially open the Takata Japanese garden out at Glendale gardens. I have a few good photos from the day. More on it later.

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