Hyatt Place Sacramento/Rancho Cordova
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... best of everything that life brings their way.
- Travel and explore as much as possible. Avoid having a small, narrow, or regional vision of the world.
- Go on adventures as much as possible. Get off the beaten path.
- Smile often. Laugh often. Don’t take yourself too seriously. ...
... after I hit my home state's capital of Sacramento, I'm heading north. I'll figure out where I'm going as I go, I suppose.
I won't be blogging again until I reach my stop, which is Portland OR. To sustain me until I get there, I have a six-pack of bagels, six bananas, 4 bags of beef jerky, and one of those crates that hold 24 20-oz water bottles. Total ran just under $30. It's not going to be a pleasant drive, but it'll do until I get ...
... with fine dining lunch, and lots of wine tasting ! Then next stop Sonoma, firstly to the town and we bought bread, and looked around at the old mission, before going to our lovely hotel. Huge lovely room and welcome drinks and snacks in the ...
When we (Opah,Jill,Jordan,My sister and I) came back from dinner we all sat down and Jordan started looking through really old books. We found a book about animals so we are now shipping it to New York. Some books were funny and some fascinating. It was really fun! - ...
... with gear and I felt much better as we continued on while they turned around at a vista point that offered a very mediocre view of the valley. The road ahead was steep, treacherous, and exposed to the sun and I was thankful we packed as much water as we did.
The hike itself was not too bad and we actually made it to the falls just after 1. I think we made very good timing because it was listed as a six to ten hour hike. Anyway, we walked to the first ...