Boomtown Hotel & Casino
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... soled sandals because they were tearing my feet up with blisters. Besides, my ankles are now strong enough to handle the rocky terrain without extra support.
I am having a lot of time to think, and am putting a lot of thought into self-improvement. Trying to remember that every challenge is a learning experience, I am stepping back and observing how I deal with the problems I face, then working through more efficient ways to tackle them in the ...
... Lake. I must admit that after seeing other peoples pictures of here I was a little disappointed but I think it was down to being an overcast day. After lunch by the Lake it was my turn to take the wheel for the 5 hour drive to our next destination... San ...
... keep people indoors.
We had decided to move out of California to a more fiscally friendly state. Texas became a possibility. But Texas is too far away from family and the wild weather is not to our liking. THIS PLACE IS TOO HOT! We also considered the Pacific Northwest, mainly the state of Oregon but we could not find a seniors community to our liking and we don't like the damp, cold weather prevalent 8 months of the ...
... Chris needed a break from driving. We stopped at a trailer park,as places to grab a drink were,few and far between. Well was that an experience that I'm glad I had. The bar, Iggy and Ziggy 's had a Gold Wing motorbike parked,outside and it's owner parked inside, middle aged, muscle shirt, long hair tied into a pony tail and sporting a fantastic western drawl. The low black ceiling was covered in beer and whiskey adverts. There was a mirror over the bar with Olive ...
... and there were two fairly good sized patches of a blue flower. About 50 miles east of Klamath Falls, we really began to see lush farmland. This area is irrigated with large sprinklers. We also started seeing more cattle, along with a few horses. The view of Mt. Shasta was nice, but there was a bit of haze so it’s not as clear as I had hoped.
Once we left Klamath Falls, we ...