Courtyard by Marriott Sacramento Rancho Cordova
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... rules and we had a very nice swim.
Today I went for a walk and took a "selfie" in front of the entrance to "Sun City," the development that Dad and Jan live in. Everyone is super friendly. You absolutely MUST say hi to fellow walkers, which is challenging if you are trying to focus on walking the hills. However, absolutely required etiquette, no complaints. ...
... look like a painting in the sky. What an amazing view for the last part of our hike. As we near the end, we cross a small bridge that must be filled with hundreds of frogs. You can hear them all around!
We only have a little farther to go. We're almost there! We have perfect timing! We reach the car just in time to witness a beautiful sunset. A perfect ending to an awesome hike! I can't wait to see where our adventures will take us next!
... us in and under! Dave shouted out instructions to ensure we didn't crack open our heads on a rock. It was hard to believe but we unintentionally swam through a class four rapid. Even though it was a blur, in all that chaotic excitement, I was ear to ear smiling and loved every moment.
By the time we got back home, we were even more shattered than when we rolled out of the car that morning. Joy was back from L.A and seeing her was just like when we saw her in Italy months ...
... out for the new entries that I write in my new blog, probably entitled "Freshtravel's D.C. Adventure", or something equally witty and clever. So thanks for reading, commenting, and viewing, it really has made my experiences more enjoyable being able to share it with all of those that care so much about me, and thanks to my friends in Davis for helping me out all these years, especially this past weekend. I was great seeing you again.
Wish me luck on my new journey!
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But then I heard a noise, a scraping sound from underneath the car. A limb, perhaps? The temp light came on next. Time for Scion experts now; I dare not drive the Sierra with unknowns. I headed for Maita Toyota, near by.
Sean Smith listened to my tale, made notes, “not to worry, we’ll check everything,” he smiled. “Relax and have a cup of coffee while you wait.” I ...