Swan Levine House
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... in the sierra foothills, getting medical and dental checkups, doing a couple little minor repairs, hiking, photographing, and sorting out the future (maybe). The retreat is located way off the beaten path up a 4 mile gravel road amidst and oak forest on top of Bald mountain at 3100 ft elevation. It is really, really, REALLY, quiet here. No fast cars with loud mufflers, or Harley's, just the occasional chicken, ...
... of Lake Tahoe, to our motel room in South Lake Tahoe. We expect to hike there and they have record highs in the 70s! So hopefully we have some good mountain trilas open. We might also take the Heavenly Gondola ride to the top for kicks and maybe i'll need to fight a bad guy on top of it as we go up! Ready for ...
... business district- not ideal driving conditions. Not having local knowledge of this route makes me nervous as the signage is left up to one's interpretation. We cross the Feather River and drive through Marysville, the seat of Sutter County.
Once again we are in open spaces and make it up to our home for 2 days, Grass Valley. We are staying at the Nevada County Fairgrounds RV park. Grass Valley is a historic mining town ...
... server spoke no English but got us fed nevertheless, he was fabulous and funny as heck! The food was amazing and the place was full of Rick Steves worshipers and my parents almost seemed normal, that in itself was shocking! We sauntered home happily and curled up contentedly in our beds. Today, I went shopping, probably on the most expensive ever on earth! we passed the Arch de Triumph on our way, decided that we each have 7.5€ to spend as we wish for both lunch and any ...
... whitewater rafting trip destination was about on hour from where we were staying. The drive down was fine as we headed out towards the river. Once we were there we had to get a quick briefing on how to float down the rapids if we fell out of the boat. We were given a paddle and lifejackets and once we thought we’d tightened our lifejackets we realised we hadn’t; our guide wrenched on all our buckles and none of us could breathe afterwards. Then we got into our the ...