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Thurs 17th July Yuba City, Prunes, Prunes & More Prunes The day starts with a just round the corner drive into Sunsweet, the largest prune processor in the world, handling around 50 - 70,000 Tons per year. They have around 20 acres under roof, chock full of machinery to produce pitted prunes, prune juice, concentrate, fruit teas and any other product using prunes.It is a co-operative with the board members ...
... pricey though so Corey found a guy on Craig’s List who fixes up and rebuilds old bikes. I stayed home with Iris while she napped and Corey headed over there to pick some out for us. When he got back I looked out the window and saw him riding around on a bike with sunflowers all over it. It was a pretty funny sight, but then he informed me that it was for me so it made a little more sense. Still not sure how I feel about all those sunflowers!... but I was ...
... me its number one for parties amongst Cal State campuses.
What an honor!
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I went on POF again and we met up with Joe. He is from Orange county but lives in Chico. He has big muscles, he's Mexican ;) and hes nice. But he has too many girlfriends and has self proclaimed poor time management skills. Its been fun, but not only am I leaving soon, but I'm also not ...
... the offer and kept walking. A few minutes passed and a older couple stops and asks if we would like a ride up the mountain. They looked friendly enough, like they would kidnap us or anything so we accept their offer. We sat on the tailgate of the truck, and then i swear i saw the lady take a picture of us…it was kind of weird but any who they were nice people. Once we go to the top of the mountain they dropped us off on the side of the road, and wished us the best of luck! ...
... various groups making their way north to Canada; an elderly couple in their 60's, a couple of couple's and of course the random single guy that seemed overly happy as he passed by our group of 29 young women. We passed through meadows and what seemed like a tree forest. We had quick visits with other hikers that were just coming in for the day and back out. We had a decent descent on loose gravel and before we knew it ...
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