BEST WESTERN Willows Inn
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... to remember this trip and to finally get a professional picture taken of our family. So we pulled into Chico, and it happened again... another kid threw up, Dean this time. I’m not sure what it is about the trip, but for some reason we’ve gotten sick way more than we normally do…perhaps just something that goes along with moving from place to place so much. Iris was also still going through a rough patch and having a lot more melt downs than normal ...
... we were at last night. About that party..
It was SO COOL!! Chico is SO COOL!!!
It was a benefit party for local anti-fracking groups. There was a Rage AGainst the Machine cover band, kegs, $1.00 grilled cheese sandwiches, a fire, fire staff spinners, and like 200 hippes! What more could you ask for in a house party. Chico is a really awesome place and every night is dollar beer night someplace. This town is known for being a party town and ...
... got rescued by our friends and we all went to town to the casino and everyone drank just the right amount of beer. 2 nights in a row. que divertido!!
we drove really fast on a really windy road with a giant metal stove flying around in the back seat and we felt like we were on our way to machu picchu. que peligroso ;)
but we lived!!!
finally in the ...
... to get blister and my flip flops were beinging to break. The other girls had, had enough too and we just wanted to get back home. We decided that hitch hiking might not be such bad idea. So as we started to walk back up the mountain a truck stops and asks if we would like ride to the top of the mountain. But driver and the passenger of the truck were missing some of their teeth and what was left well, they probably wouldn't be there for much longer….
... You know they type, always seeming to be yelling at their wife or kids, demanding their obedience in even the most minute thing. Probably racist too. Needless to say, these were the first people I was in no rush to go over and make friends with, fearing that their ignorance may be spread by contact, and I would soon find myself drinking Budweiser and proclaiming "The south will rise again"!
I set up camp with the ease and the practice of a ...