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... Mike plans to play "the game" which is an opportunity to play a mini golf tournament with the pros on Wednesday and Saturday. I also planned a cooking demonstration on Saturday. Super excited!
Yesterday, we had a nice lunch at the clubhouse with Dad and Jan. Then, Mike and I wanted to go for a swim. It was funny because we both skipped out to the car singing, ...
... We stop in a grassy field to take some pictures. You can see Cool in the background. Sheba is tired of photography. She almost closes her eyes while I am continue taking a thousand pictures. She is not amused. She wants to continue on the adventure! I can almost hear her, "Lady, I'm ready for more smells. Let's go!" She's such an awesome dog! :)
On the last part of our trek back, the sun is starting to set and the sky is gorgeous. ...
... afternoon we drove around the North end of the lake to Tahoe city then took the 89 highway north to Truckee where we got back on the interstate 80 West and went via Sacramento to Davis. We arrived at 3:30pm and did about 600kms today. We went to Mc Donald's to use the wifi and find a place to stay. I found the $1 deals at macas, I'm Loving It!! We found the Motel 6 just down the road $54. We were both pretty tired so we spent the evening just ...
... a moment of accomplishment for me that I will never forget.
What was interesting though, was immediately after we returned to the hotel after the ceremony and dinner, I realized that it was already far behind in the distance, and what was fast approaching in the headlights was my trip to Washington D.C. I had gotten accepted into a program through UC Davis called UCDC, where each UC school selects their choice of applicants into a program that provides ...
... Andrew Russell was hired by Union Pacific to photograph the railroad’s construction; Thomas Hill was never paid for his work, one of the most ambitious portraitures ever attempted, which was completed in 1881.
The lost spike? It was part of the original order for the last spike, a commemorative in gold to be used during the ceremonies of May 10 and the idea of David Hewes, who commissioned the casting. One spike was ...