Courtyard By Marriott Sacramento Cal Expo
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... blog on our last trip, I took another photo of the backyard. It's greener and prettier as Spring is here, dry, but here. The flowers are blooming and the leaves are soaking up the sun.
I discovered after my last blog that not everyone knows to click on the photo to see a larger version. If there are several pictures, they may be viewed as a slide-show. I won't name names, but go ahead and try it, click on the photo. See?
... every awesome bar in town and my beer consumption has just skyrocketed. I was ********d drunk riding to a new mates place with my new housemate Bryan(another absolute legend) and just plower straight into a curb in the middle of the street, front flipped the entire bike and landed flat on my back. AND last night when I was also completely ******* gone the pedal fell off my bike and I plowed straight into some guys side mirror, completely breaking it off and again winding up my back ...
Today we attended an excellent meeting at a Vineyard church in Red Bluff to recharge our batteries for the week before driving on to Sacramento. We followed the highway for 120 miles and rolled up at the motel. On checking in we met a couple who were in deep conversation with the motel owner requesting a room for her dog, which they were refused. We decided a quick check in would be best before things begin to get heated. After checking in we decided to explore Sacramento, the state ...
... br> My father served as a railway mail clerk on the Great Northern Railroad between Spokane, Washington and Shelby, Montana throughout his working career until he retired. He was away 2 days and then home 3. He sorted mail as the train passed from town to town. The train may have slowed a bit but never stopped until it reached the destination where the workers disembarked for layover and the return trip. The mail clerks had ...
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Tomorrow, EARLY, the next leg of my journey begins - I'm picking up a rider in Pollack Pines California - then we are heading toward Reno... yes I will stop and play a slot machine or two, then through Nevada to Utah - hopefully stopping in Arches; then onto Durango, Colorado where I will drop my rider and head to Dolores Colorado, just outside of Cortez. This journey is about 1000 miles and we'll take our time getting there in two-three days. I'm sure ...