Extended Stay America - Sacramento - White Rock Rd.
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Baseball camp wasn't on today as the kids had a late night. We organised to go visit some sights of Sacramento with the Frenchs. First stop was the Capitol. We parked near Capitol park and walked through admiring the rose garden and orange groves. The kids found a squirrel and were delighted to watch it scamper up and down the tree. After entering the building, we passed through security screens ...
There is nothing more important than family and we are so grateful to be in a position to be able to be there for our family members who need us.
We do have plans to be in Albuquerque New Mexico to enjoy the balloon festival Oct 1st – 13th and a jeep rally in St. George UT Oct 25th – Nov 1st.
Family will always be first in our lives!
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... if she's had her shots or maybe has flees. Mom has been trying to find out if she has a family. Today one of the neighbors told mom where she lives. Seems that she likes our yard better so mom will keep feeding her but feels much better knowing the kitty has a home. Besides she provides good exercise for me and BB as we run from window to window keeping an eye on her. Mom and dad have been very busy visiting family and friends. ...
... although like Nevada it had portraits of its previous governors up along the walls - unfortunately we could not find Arnie's). Arnie was the Governor here for seven and a bit years, in which time he managed to bankrupt the state, be voted one of 11 "worst governors" in the US, face seven allegations of sexual misconduct (including grabbing breasts, sticking his hand up skirts, and trying to take a woman's bathing suit off in an elevator), and covered up the ...
... flat farming now,” he explained, “because water is so important. And fortunately our clay soil holds on to every drop.”
I drove to the airfield on Riego Road, where crop planes wait; spring rains have made the planting season late this year. Inside, Rebecca showed me many maps of fields, pointing to each check (or row) and irrigation ditch, the precious water ...