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... and they took over a whole cove of the beach. Most of them were sleeping along side each other, others in the water playing. It was great to watch. From there we made our way to Hearst Castle. We knew very little about the family that built it but the photos looked amazing. We started in the visitor centre and ate lunch there then wandered the free exhibits. We had pre booked a tour at 4pm as it was the only slot available but we were pretty early. ...
... made for fantastic riding weather. I had set a goal for myself of riding 1,000 miles this year. In the month of January alone, I rode over 450 miles. It is a good start for the year. I am sure I won't be riding as much in the colder weather in Washington, but I will push hard to reach my goal.
Look through the photographs taken throughout my stay here. It has been a great time and I will miss spending time ...
... or large zucchini. They grow on vines and when they reach maturity, they turn brown and start to dry out, and at that point the bottom pops open and the seeds drop to the ground. The skin is peeled off and the rest of the seed pods can be removed. The sponge is rinsed to clean it completely. The last step is drying in the sun. I’m sure this is the simple explanation and there are more steps, but you get the idea. ...
The last two days have been travel days. We left Grass Valley Friday morning planning to put about 200 miles behind us. We head south on California 49. The highway is busy as many people commute to work. In Auburn (13,000 souls) we head southwest on Interstate 80 towards Sacramento.
Auburn's historic courthouse was built in 1889. A museum now occupies the first floor of the building. One of Auburn's notables include Jean Baptiste Charbonneau. Charbonneau’s ...
The morning after the tater tot tossing tournament, Amanda and Cory woke up early and rode their bikes to the store. They bought all the essential ingredients for making French toast, plus a little something special. They bought a dinosaur bread cutter to make Dino-myte French toast. When they returned home the rest of the gang was up and ready to eat. Mark cooked the French toast and then passed it to Erika, which she would then stamp into dinosaurs. The rest of ...
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