Crossland Economy Studios - Sacramento - Point East Dr.
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... repairs completed. Thanks Scott for all your help and use of the garage.
We moved on to Sacramento May 9th so Rusty can visit 2 of his sisters. Unfortunately we got some horrible news about Kathy and bad/good news about Wendy. Kathy’s breast cancer has invaded her bones throughout her body. She is one strong woman!!!!!! Wendy had a heart attack that has her doctors claiming her a miracle because very few have survived such a heart attack. She ...
... with the huge standing stones at Machri Moore, Callanish I, II, III, IV, and VIII, Ring of Brodgar, and Stones of Stenness.
- Seeing the beautiful blue calm sea under blue skies with warm temperatures on the walk to King's Cave on Arran.
- Hiking up Glen Sannox on Arran, what a beautiful place!
"You can tell by the scars on my knuckles that I grew up on a rice farm," said Bill. “My father started farming rice in the 50's and continued more than forty years. I know rice.” Indeed he does, and he likes to talk about rice, too. William Huffman is now Vice-president of Communications for the Farmer’s Rice Cooperative in Sacramento, and can tell you what you want to know. ...
... San Francisco via the BART. We stopped at the Embarcadero and then caught a jam packed bus to Fisherman's Wharf. Unfortunately Ghirardelli Square was the last stop on the line. The ride was full of starts, stops and jerks. We had the chance to meet other tourists up close and personal. I am not sure if I was bumped into or groped. Still hoping it was the former. Following ...
... immediately I was told where the Capitol Building was, which Tracy had found on Google Maps on Saturday too, and as it was only four blocks I decided to head over, but to use the lockers for my rucksack. Unfortunately my bag was too big for the locker, which a room full of Greyhound passengers watched me discover as I tried to squash it in several times before giving up. Putting the $2 I would have spent on the locker in my pocket and the bags on my back I headed ...