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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... City (population of 64,000) for dinner with the Prune Bargaining Association and some growers at Sutter Buttes Brewing, a micro brewery and restaurant. We all tried the special beer which is brewed in old Bourbon barrels, has a real bourbon aftertaste and has 12 % alcohol. Not many had a second glass. Lovely night had by all, chatting to the local growers and the association that is independent of Sunsweet ...
... After all that excitement we went back to the motel and all these softies went for a snooze before dinner. At the recommendation of the reception guy we walked to Cool Hand Lukes steakhouse which is all decked out in western style. Had an entree, a superb steak, a few beers, & a fair tip, all for us$35/ person. Walked home and had a refreshing ale before retiring for the night. Note not many photos today as both ...
... taking land through broken treaties and creating laws which ignored the natives and their history here.
Native Americans did survive this sad chapter in their history though and the Native population in California is back up to 300,000 in California. However, as we explained to our boys, we as U.S. citizens still have a long way to go to make amends for our behavior during the age of our ancestors exploration, ...
... is born every minute they say).
We got our haircut by our favorite cutters, we got our teeth cleaned and inspected with good news. Even made appointment for next May when we return from our USA circumnavigation.
We will head out later this morning east over Yuba Pass on Hwy 49 to the east side of Sierra Mountains then north on 395. Likely ...
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 ...