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Sacramento is paradise in the middle of everything. You've got an hour and a half drive to the Bay Area, 2 different cable parks in a half hour drive and an awesome downtown with an insane bar scene!
I didn't know what to expect with my first host, I had only couch surfed in Portland this far so I was hoping to keep the ball rolling with good hosts. My first host lived right in the middle of downtown Sacramento in a massive Co-Op living situation. There were about 12 ...
Today we attended an excellent meeting at a Vineyard church in Red Bluff to recharge our batteries for the week before driving on to Sacramento. We followed the highway for 120 miles and rolled up at the motel. On checking in we met a couple who were in deep conversation with the motel owner requesting a room for her dog, which they were refused. We decided a quick check in would be best before things begin to get heated. After checking in we decided to explore Sacramento, the state ...
... about that, cause my record is not bad. In total 8 drivers pulled over offering me ride, that's not bad. And the fact that I traveled only with three of them, that was just my problem and my decision. So hitchhiking in California definitely works.
Finally in Sacramento, Robert - my couch-host for the night picked me up at the station and drove me to his house where I later met his girlfriend Kate. We enjoyed good evening hours sharing stories and talking a lot, not ...
... every last minute thing.
While Sunday was my target day to be packed, I panicked at the last minute and decided to buy a new suitcase. Yesterday a quick trip to the MD to get enough cortisone to enter an Olympic event in "Castle Stair Climbing" in Scotland and Wales! Cortisone knocked me on my ass.
So I now have exactly 36 hours to get everything in the new suitcase and no more time to ...
... tall but as soon as we crossed into California, it was a downhill cruise all the way. The trees quickly thinned out, brown semi-arid landscape appeared and the highway got rougher. Oregon has beautiful highways.
Mount Shasta and Lake Shasta are massive - no wonder this is the number one vacation destination for California residents. We'll return to explore this region later.
At Colusa, CA we noticed huge flood-irrigated ...