Days Inn Corning
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We left Arata early due to warnings about construction delays on route 299. We had to be in Chico before 4 for the brewery tour at Sierra Nevada.
The route we took (299) was a great road for the bike, but the construction delays were a bit of a downer. I liked several of the small towns we rode through, especially Weaverville.
We made it to Chico by 1:30 and checked into the hotel to get ready for the tour.
... shower, eat breakfast and head off.
Today we are driving to a small town called Chico to visit Aaron’s family friend, Emily. Emily’s family had gone to Australia for a teacher exchange program and lived in Aus for a year with John and Jenny taking Aaron, Josh and Caitlin over to America to visit them, etc, etc. So we thought we were only 2.5 hours away that we would make the trip to see them.
We got into Chico around ...
We explored farther afield; driving down to Chico about forty miles from Red Bluff. Chico has a large 2400 acre park called Bidwell Park which was donated to the city by the Bidwell family. John Bidwell made his fortune in gold about 1848 and became a prominent leader and politician. The Bidwell Mansion also became part of the State Park in the 1920’s. This is a grand 26 room mansion that was completed ...
... over the bay to San Francisco. We will drop our bags off at the hotel then take the car back then get the ferry back over to Sausalito. This afternoon we took a Mustang for a drive. The Ford dealership is very good here, just like any country dealership in NZ. It was a white V8 GT and drove very well. It was another very hot day hitting 100F again so we didn't feel too much like walking around so we came back to the hotel and had ...
... would get even more interesting. Seems that all of our friends had chips that needed repairing, so we made arrangements for a local glass company to come out in the morning to fix all of them ( 5 in total ) - all the chips, with the exception of ours, were 'old'. The interesting part? Well, our friend Larry showed up with a blown seal on his left front hub seal - something he had just ...