Extended Stay America - Reno - South Meadows
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... I’ve ever had in the space of a few days.
Next stop was Napa Valley for some wine tasting. I’m not a wine drinker but it was only a bit of a detour and Charlotte wanted to do it so it made sense. Soon as we got out of San Fran it got hot again rather than slightly cool and windy like in San Fran. I wasn’t sure if I was going to do the tasting/tour but the cost wasn’t ridiculous so I joined Charlotte and couple of ...
- 6:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. Early in the morning grandma woke me up to tell me that today instead of cleaning cabins for her, she volunteered me to help clean up the parade. cleaning up was a lot more fun then cleaning cabins. there was a lot of people who volunteered and I met a ...
... more time with friends.
With the possibility of moving out of our home state we needed to thoroughly address our concerns of weather, distance from friends and family and life style of the Sierra Canyon Community. The residents love the Sierra Canyon community with good reason. Folks are very active here, the most active of any Del Webb community. A huge variety of clubs and activities, 51 to be exact, are offered as well ...
... Alex had loads of
stuff!!! And feels quite ill right now. The sunset was incredible, I
think it was because of the smoke so it shined through beautifully.
The cook off also had loads of stalls and a lovely stall with large
pieces of artwork that had different quotes on like the following . .
in a while in a middle of an ordinary life . . . . ...
... aspect to the views we had along the way.
Would we do this again? Yes, in a heartbeat if we have the time and money. Would we like to go back? The answer is YES! Maybe we would do this at a little different season of the year--possibly when we might see more migratory birds and other wildlife. Springtime would be an option, or possibly early September to see the area in fall colors. I'd love to have our Wrangell guides, Brenda and ...