Extended Stay America - Reno - South Meadows
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... beautiful National Parks - each is special in its own way. From the informative Visitor Centers, to the scenic Park drives, to the interesting Ranger talks - they are just waiting to be enjoyed.
Thanks to all who commented on the blog - we always enjoyed hearing from you - and thanks for traveling along with us.
Dorothy was right - there's no place like home!
Jim and Colleen
... into Emeryville we were over the whole journey and glad to be off. Unfortunately though our journey end was not quite over as we had to board an Amtrak bus into the city. This proved to be extremely painful as the driver was totally unprepared for us. After train arriving at 6pm, 2 hours late and having to contend with a bus trip of about an hour we were finally walking to our hotel. At first walking up Powell Street was ...
... route to the states of Oregon and Washington before delivery.
We were home in Reno for 5 days before the moving company arrived. We knew that the movers could be delayed as long as 10 days. Planning for a long delivery delay we had bought or brought almost everything that we needed to survive. Meanwhile we did some more shopping, mostly for furniture. Moving from 900 to 1800 square feet makes ...
... from the bathroom sink and shower, and black water from the toilet. I have a "command center" where I can see just how full (or empty) those tanks are.
Rocklin is on the east side of Sacramento and I didn't have to deal with Sacto traffic on Wednesday morning. My usual routine on freeways is to travel about 55 mph in the right hand lane and let everyone pass me. This gives greatest gas efficiency and I don't need to worry about people passing me on the right or changing ...
... dry like the Sierras.
At the campground tonight, Torston was able to take out a canoe and paddle in the shallow creek that meanders along the back of the area where we are camped. He reported that he saw four deer, three raccoons, and a muskrat. I think he will have time to do a little more exploring tomorrow morning while Grandpa fixes two drawers which I managed to put too much weight ...