Courtyard by Marriott Sacramento - Folsom
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... with me!
- Total cost of the trip: $1,592
- Total spent food: $396
- Total spent on gas: $565
- Total spent on historical or national parks: $386
- Total spent on hotels: $145
- Total lost on mishaps: $900
- Total miles traveled: 3292 mi
- Total earned working: ...
- Teach. Be of service.
- Live a life that helps other people grow.
- Love as much as possible.
- Be present as much as possible.
- Be as generous and kind as possible.
- Always be curious.
- Don’t sweat the small stuff.
... a couple of beers in an old-school bar before taking the bus over the golden coloured Tower Bridge (as voted by the surrounding residents) leading to the State Capitol building (see photo). I was a little underwhelmed by the city, but have since been back in the evenings when things get a little livelier. It is nevertheless not what you would expect of the capital city of a state as large as California, a characteristic it shares with Nevada's capital city, Carson City.
The ability to change travel plans at the drop of a hat.
Pulling over at a rest stop for an impromptu lunch in our condo on wheels.
Having the CRV which enabled us to take side trips everywhere we went.
Watching Roxie experience vacation through her nose :)
Meeting the park hosts and our motor home neighbors - everyone waves at each other!
Hopefully getting a ...
... title to his remaining holdings to son John Jr. He and Anna and their other children moved away, the Fort was sold. He lobbied Congress for relief, but never regained his empire. He died in Pennsylvania in 1881, far from Sutter’s Fort, far from gold.
A kind of quirky karma there, I’m thinking as I walk back to my car.
Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park, 2701 L Street. ...