The Seasons Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... about if it will start when we get back home. Yikes. Best comments of the day; Jacob "...when are we getting to the airport? Awe man...It looks like someone pooped on my shirt..." It's all fun and games until you spill Buffalo sauce on ...
A short drive from Livermore to Folsom California, to spend another evening with our friends, John and Earlynn Ware.
We had a exciting conversation over cocktails telling them about our travels since our stop in February.
It was off to dinner at their local favorite place, Scotty's Seafood and Grill. Thursday night is oyster night there and we decided to join in the fun of the theme. John had oysters ...
... or research the unit...my bad, but then again it wasn't really. I literally walked into the unit my first day not knowing what to expect at all. It wasn't at all what I was expecting! To give you some perspective, St. Luke's in Boise and UCSD in San Diego were both approximately 65 bed units with an average census (how many babes they had) of around 30-45 babes. Roseville is an 18 bed unit with the census at 6 when I arrived!! I was shocked! However, within just a few ...
... hanging out with people from the country, we've thoroughly exhausted the debate from both sides about the use of guns. I love a debate, but at the end of the day you come to a country to experience a culture and not make it your own. We are firm believers, that you can't knock something until you try it. With that in mind, when one of the guys asked us if we wanted to go "shoot some rounds", I was the first person to jump in the tractor and go shooting! We had a go shooting the 12 ...
... large tom turkey was on full display, chest puffed and tail feathers spread. Deer were also plentiful. We enjoyed sneaking around the massive oak trees to see how close we could approach the wary does and fawns. They spotted us quite easily and were soon bounding, off white tails waving goodbye.
After a nice campfire we were off to bed to rest up for the next day’s journey to the American ...