Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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 ...
... we drove by the area where they’re looking at houses for sale. Even we had sticker shock…the lowest price is in the $450,000 range and they’re selling for 60,000-80,000 over the asking price. These are circa 1950-60 homes. Amazing!!!
We said goodbye and drove back to Napa in the late afternoon. Traffic was light and we made it pretty quickly. When we left our campground we saw a group setting up something in ...
... of a bucket. They were asking for money for their brother who was needing money for physical therapy treatments.
After we got to SFO, we were walking towards the check in desks to figure out which kiosk we were supposed to be at. As we were passing the windows, J pointed out that the Air NZ plane was sitting there at the gate. We had to take photos with the plane!
We waited about an hour and talked on ...
... After numerous attemps and great frustration, we finally got the trailer parked in a camp site in 10 Mile Lake Provincial Park - a beautiful park situated about 50 miles south of Prince George. It ended up being a fairly interesting evening - around 1:00 AM we heard thunder and saw intense lightning all around us - when the lightning got closer we started to consider our options - we decided to wait it out in the ...
... another and now their marriage is on the rocks". Walking on the tundra is like walking on a block of sponge rubber - our guide (Katherine) dug down to the permafrost - I opted to put my hand down in the 8" hole to touch the cold - pretty neat. Neal found an Arctic Brown Frog that goes into a cryogenic state to survive the winter (it is the only reptile, let alone amphibian in the park). Our ...