Capitol Park Inn
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... rules and we had a very nice swim.
Today I went for a walk and took a "selfie" in front of the entrance to "Sun City," the development that Dad and Jan live in. Everyone is super friendly. You absolutely MUST say hi to fellow walkers, which is challenging if you are trying to focus on walking the hills. However, absolutely required etiquette, no complaints. ...
... a free flowing game, so our boys had a chance to run. Ika Hohaia and Daniel Parete had standout games with their offloads and running in space.
Coaches Comment - Glen Hannah
The lads carried the ball more securely into contact in this game and with good leg drive they made the clear out at the breakdown much easier, so the ball was moved on quickly. Once they worked out that the space was wide of the breakdown the boys used the ball well. The first half was ...
Today started with another beautiful courtyard breakfast, setting the chilled pace early again. The post-breakfast goal was to walk to Old Sacramento, explore what Lonely Planet deems a “tourist trap” and then hire some bikes to ride along the American River. I’m a little annoyed at Lonely Planet’s treatment of Sacramento in their USA guide book. It’s the state capital and it gets less than an A5 page, where it says ...
... to watch the Arsenal FA Cup Final. Once I had found my chosen destination, we made a short trip to a In-N-Out burger, and then back for the early rise. A 15 minute drive at 7:45 in the morning was all that was required to find the chosen Irish pub, with a dedicated following of Arsenal fans turning up there every game, simply known as the official Sacramento Gooners. As tempting as it is to give you the full match report, I won't. But what I will say ...
... bull came over and we actually thought we might see a fight, but the second guy chickened out and left.
This is some beautiful country. We toured the park and a lady was telling us how the park had been on the Federal Sequestration list, but the State has come in and saved the National Park with funding from all their oil money. Nice! We had previously toured the northern portion of this park, so it was nice to be able to see the ...
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