Bonanza Inn Magnuson Grand Yuba City Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Just a quick entry for now... Yesterday we went to the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens and it was great! We wandered around there for a few hours before heading down hwy 1 to Mendocino, then turning inland thro Navarro, to Hwy 20 heading straight for Tahoe today. We will approach from the north, drive along the ...
... the next. Headed down to Santa Cruz to have lunch with a coworker who I had worked with back in Boise. Then stopped in San Jose cause I just had to cross seeing the Winchester Mystery House off my bucket list. It has been on my list of places to see for as long as I can remember...finally went...HUGE letdown!! So now lets get to the actual working and my job in Roseville. This was a different kind of situation. I got the job as a last minute thing and didn't ...
Wed 16th July Yuba City, Prune Central After applying some significant organising skills, we managed to fit all 10 of us & luggage into the van. The were suitcases on the seats, between an under the seats. Luckily we were only going 80km north. A bit quiet in the van early on, maybe the driving was worrying them or the dehydration (from the heat??). Good to see Bruce up and about but not still 100% well. 1st stop was ...
I keep a "Life List" of all the things I want to do someday. When I tell people about my Life List, almost everyone nods their head knowingly and says, "Ohhh...your bucket list." Well, no, not exactly but close enough.
My Life List includes a wide range of things I want to do during my lifetime, such as planting a garden, learning how to sew, becoming a foster parent, and being able to ...
JULY 23-24 After leaving Diamond Lake, we headed once again west on Hwy 138 and then Hwy 42 toward the Oregon coastline. It was another beautiful drive following the Rogue River as it tumbled down over 4 waterfalls – one of them 272'. There were lots of ups and downs through the mountains but the F350 did great as it has since South Dakota pulling our RV over mountains sometimes 6000' in elevation.
We arrived to the coastline mid afternoon to ...