Nevada County Fairgrounds Camping
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNevada County Fairgrounds Camping Grass Valley
They have DVDs that you can borrow for free and a nice duck pond.
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Sunny & clear: 17-38c Sorted out gear and started packing for Africa! We fly out tomorrow morning, so it's finally about to happen!! Long flight with three connections (ugh!!) and we don't get there until 7pm the following day (Friday) but there is a 7 or 8 hour difference. Spent the afternoon at the Clubhouse pool, lovely hot day .... had ...
Sunny & clear: 14-34c
MJ driove me down to Rocklin/Roseville stores after lunch to try to find some camera accessories and other stuff I needed for Africa trip. Managed to get another SD memory card at a good price but couldn't find everything I wanted. We stopped at a cafe for ...
Sunny & clear: 17-34c
Another shopping expedition in the morning (Kohl's) - bargains galore!
Went swimming again in the afternoon and it was fabulous!
After dinner walked up Coldwater with MaryJo - beautiful warm evening and glorious sunset.
Last year, a friend of ours went to Spain on a motorcycle tour of the Pyrenees. His stories and pictures were just awesome! This got us thinking about maybe returning to France for a similar trip sometime soon.
As luck would have it, a co-worker of Janet's who happens to live in France was visiting the company headquarters here in Nevada City late last ...
... buckingham palace, and many other freakishly famous English sites! It was great! Bruges, Belgium Bruges, Belgium was by far one of my favorite cities. It is a small, walled, cute town with a market square with a lot of colorful cute and quaint little houses and shops. The foods (and drinks) Belgium is known for are chocolate, fries, waffles covered in chocolate syrup, powdered sugar and whipped cream, and beer. You tell me if you can find anything wrong with that list ...