BEST WESTERN Roseville Inn
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... that had blown in during the night.
We packed up, grabbed our lunches, and high-tailed it out of Barstow for good. So long, Route 66!
The next six hours were spent driving through what can only be described as the "land where all the stuff in Whole Foods comes from." Truly, the middle of California, pushed up against the Sierra Nevada Mountains, but inland from the Pacific, is one of the largest agricultural ...
So I guess it's about time I updated this thing :):) I was told by a friend, "You haven't posted on your blog lately". I was thrilled to find out that people actually use it to keep updated, so I thought I'd better get to writing. Since it's been a good four months since my last posting I will give you an oober condensed version! Highlights: finishing my time in San Diego...getting, moving, and starting my next job in Roseville, California...and where to next!
... absence. This is about as last minute as you can get with a vacation blog since I am writing this when I only have one vacation day left. (It just sounded like fireworks went off right by our hotel which was very intriguing, but they only lasted a minute, not enough time for us to get motivated to jump out of bed and search the skyline for any sight of them). Now that I have nicely digressed for you, let me go back to the beginning, since I ...
... next plane was and headed for it. They were calling our name over the PA, telling us to get to the gate as the plane was leaving. We ran to the gate and were the last ones on the plane.
We were supposed to have a 2 hour layover in London, but the second plane was late. When we arrived in London, we found out that we had to go thru security again. We ended up going thru 3 different security areas ...
... Andrew Russell was hired by Union Pacific to photograph the railroad’s construction; Thomas Hill was never paid for his work, one of the most ambitious portraitures ever attempted, which was completed in 1881.
The lost spike? It was part of the original order for the last spike, a commemorative in gold to be used during the ceremonies of May 10 and the idea of David Hewes, who commissioned the casting. One spike was ...