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... it rich. Some say this discovery was the one that started the gold rush in 1948. There was no railroad line here like the other towns in the area. When the gold rush died, this town turned to tourism and it is an amazing town with all the old pubs, restaurants and shops. I would really recommend a day trip like this to anyone who is in the area. If we would have continued on another 20 miles, we would have ...
Crossing the boarder into California around 9 am for another long drive, we expected sunshine and lollipops (aka palm trees) for the whooooole drive. However, that was not what we got. The beginning of the drive was a lot of farm land, cows and all that, complete with some sunshine - fair enough. Assuming that we were going to be driving along the coast at any moment, you can imagine our dismay when ...
... s. Breakfast, lunch and dinner is often centred around the kitchen or dinning room table. Nicko and Sami's friends are always helping out, making meals and helping where needed. It's a sign of feeling comfortable when you can cook a meal in someone's kitchen, after meeting them just the day before. I loved it! We would hope that one day we will have a home just like this one, where everyone feels like it's their home. It couldn't be a bad start sinking a few bottles of red ...
Spending Christmas in Sacramento with my Sister's Family. Left San Francisco boarding an AmTrak Bus for Emeryville, then boarded the 7:30 AmTrak Train for Sacramento. After a wonderful Christmas Celebration with my Sister's Family in Sacramento, I am on an AmTrak Train headed for ...
... distance. I wish I could help care for them. I miss them! I guess despite the horrible weather I had, the good thing about coming in May was that it was lamb season and they were everywhere.
- The joy of having every day be a new adventure! Wow that was so awesome and I loved that. I never tired of setting off each day with a new itinerary and new places to see, explore, and experience. I was excited about everywhere I was going, so every day I had something ...
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