Hyatt Place Sacramento/Rancho Cordova
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... blog on our last trip, I took another photo of the backyard. It's greener and prettier as Spring is here, dry, but here. The flowers are blooming and the leaves are soaking up the sun.
I discovered after my last blog that not everyone knows to click on the photo to see a larger version. If there are several pictures, they may be viewed as a slide-show. I won't name names, but go ahead and try it, click on the photo. See?
... us. Dave hung out with us while we lunched on the patio and gave us the lay of the his beautiful property. Horses, ducks, chickens, lambs and wine. They gifted us fresh eggs and a bottle of their Dark Horse Primativo.
After settling in to our cottage we wondered around the property and enjoyed the freshness of being in clean air. We visited with the horses ...
... 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 them now though as a result of going and seeing them physically.
- I loved going places and not having anyone be there. It was so awesome to have the solitude I did. Sometimes there were people where I went, but very few when there was. I loved the lack of people around. That was definitely a highlight for me.
- I loved the Highland Cows!!! They are soo beautiful and I love their calm demeanor! I never got to pet one. I probably could ...
... from this core purpose, and become a little more corporate, this aspect perseveres with animal and crop competitions. The day we went they were judging sheep. Teeth, fleece, legs and hips were examined by a stern judge as the farmers fought to keep their sheep in order, before the winners were awarded ribbons. We also saw 3 day old pigs suckling at the teats of huge sows; heavily pregnant cows; the US' national animal, the bald-headed eagle; lots ...