Days Inn Cloverdale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... over her leggings, three jugs of water in case we get stranded overnight, sun brimmed hat to protect from heatstroke, extra jacket in case the sun decides to set, 14 sandwiches and 5 candy bars to munch on in case we get lost for a week, and her camera with three additional lens attachments. Me, I grab my camera and golf hat.... good to go! Oh, the trail map too.
I have been here before, most likely around the summer of 1973 or 1974. Back ...
... just off Interstate 74. What luck that we connected! The seven of us shared our current adventures, ate a huge breakfast, observed little Oliver as he became the central focus -- we all had an enjoyable one hour breakfast. Some quick photos and family hugs in the parking lot, and we all were on our way again. As I drive away, I remember to be forever thankful for my close and meaningful lifelong friendship with "the ...
Today we had a reply cool BBQ friendship visit with the camp called outside the box. I spent almost the entire time playing Frisbee with four clients named Tim, Paul, Eric and another Paul. It was great hanging with these guys and their joke was calling everyone old man when you dropped the Frisbee or made a bad pass. Tim was one of the most positive people I know and we double high gives more times than I can ...
Yesterday we arrived, visiting former coworkers with us in Wuhan. It was a bright, sunny travel day all the way. It took us about eight hours to get there (after missing a turn), and a time change (Eastern Time is one hour later). We had a little scare on the way, running over a a tire shred, but no apparent effect to our driving. ...
... he's putting a few miles on his '46 pickup:
He took me for a ride in it, it's not bad at all. Though the shortened frame should mean light weight, he said it's about a ton and a half because he 'over engineered' a lot of brackets. Certainly they were much heavier steel than you find on factory chassis.
The 318 Poly engine is standard and goes very well.
Crossing Wisconsin I made ...