Courtyard by Marriott Sacramento - Folsom
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Traveled in the pouring rain to Sausilito in attempt to avoid Giants World Series victory parade. Had coffee in sausilito. And drove on to napa. Stopped at small winery arranged by Shores. Arrived at Meadowood. 530pm dinner at French Laundry. ...
Today we arrived at our campground at BEALS POINT, at FOLSOM SRA.. Nice spot with full hookup, except no TV reception. Oh well, we plan to be busy this week. After we cleaned up and got situated we drove a short distance to sister Diane's house.. My nephew, Aaron was home. I had not seen him in about 8-9 years. Also, great- nephew Levi was there.. He is 19 months. Then we went to a Bistro at a "Center"in Eldorado Hills for a concert outside. Great weather, good, band, people ...
... sacred valley next to the Old Man of Storr - a truly magical place. Getting to see it while it snowed lightly with no one else there, all I could hear was the mist and the quiet snow falling - magical! I loved it there!
- Finding and getting to see the Praying Hands of Mary rock formation and experience the peace there.
- Finding Druid's Cave when it was unknown if I would even find it! Experiencing the peace there too.
- Seeing ...
... to miss a very grainy, random photo of me in the dark. No worries, though. Many more random terrible pictures are in the future.
Have I mentioned that i kinda heart Southwest? I know Brian doesnt like it, and I swear its because they don't have assigned seating. I, on the otherhand, luv that they don't charge me for my two bags, they know what they are doing and the counter, and are halfway decent.
Lord! I ...
... for eggs!).
I’ve made my choice. I’m heading for the 17th Annual Living History Easter Bonnet Promenade. Staged by the Historic Old Sacramento Foundation, visitors are invited to dress up in Easter finery or historic apparel, and celebrate by strolling through the boardwalks and cobblestone streets of Old Sacramento. I don’t have a parasol, but I’ll wear my hat. ...