Americas Best Value Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... by Arlen Ness or his son Cory.
FINALLY, after an hour we started the tour. First thing they made us do was to put on funny little paper hats---said it was to protect the jelly beans from OUR hair. Bonna and I made a pact to NOT take each others pictures--but BOY was I tempted. Learning how to make jelly beans actually was pretty fascinating. I won't go into all the details as I don't want to ruin it for those of you that want ...
... the Neylans. We did a little weeding... the same thing we did in Virginia City. We visited a cemetery and did a little weeding. We clarified lots of things.
I had forgotten how he remembers everybody by what car they drove. We went to Montclair and had ice cream and came back the back way. After a lovely day, I took Patrick to Jimmy's house to meet some of his 36 cats. They asked me to ...
... the fridge meant eating more of what would spoil: yogurt was made into smoothies, and the main course of lunch became the remainder of our wedding anniversary cake! Delicious!
Then, after checking all the locks, switching cars In the garage and taking the trash out, we were off! We made a stop to get Freebirds burritos and to get Costco gas before heading out of Modesto.
We arrived at Mariko's place to ...
... and PDF, we started paddling around that island. The limestone karats are. Eh impressive and beautiful. They come in many sizes and shapes since they're firmed when the water erodes the base of the island rocks. That erosion accuses the limestone to sheer off in vertical slabs into the water along the plate lines that existed during the formation of the rocks. If the height of the land was low the karats will be short, and if the island was high, the karsts will be tall. ...
Basic Ground Rules for the trek into the viewing area: (1) Keep the group together and keep the line close together so a bear can't pass through and break up the group?????? (2) If a bear enters your vicinity do not look him in the eye or engage the bear in any way - back away slowly. (3) DO NOT RUN! (4) Do not use the outhouse at the Observation Deck without a guard. Now I'm totally relaxed for the hike in. We find out that the boardwalk ...