Fairfield Inn Sacramento Cal Expo
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We began the day with a typical hotel breakfast (wait...is that a pancake MACHINE!?!? America, you've done it again!). We didn't want to get lost in the Mojave desert and die of starvation, dehydration, or buzzard attack, so we decided to take a swim in the pool instead. To all of the hotel owners reading this blog, a pool in the desert without a filter is not a smart idea. But it felt refreshing, in spite of the dust and pieces of ...
Overcast & cloudy: 13-23c (cooler)
Drove down to Sacramento (25 miles) and met Cris and Amy at Amy's lovely old house on 26th Avenue. Then we drove downtown to the Tower Cafe for lunch: an interesting and rather quirky indoor/outdoor restaurant; we sat outside under the huge beautiful trees and enjoyed a delicious lunch.
... This place is full of bars, restaurants, shops and fancy Victorian houses, many which have been converted into office space. We found a neat recycled clothing store that must only receive donations from wealthy hipsters or hipster stores, because everything was new and trendy looking.
Found the museum eventually, paid our entry and learnt bits and pieces about Native Americna culture. I was hoping it would be more of a traditional history type ...
... of new settlers to the area it destroyed what was left of the American Indian way of life and left Sutter without a worker for his manufacturing and logging enterprises. Strangely Sacramento although the Capitol, provided the perfect peace and quite after a busy Memorial Day weekend. Now, with clean clothes and a clean car we are venturing into the California wine country! See you there, Bec and Barney ...
... of the hunt and spiritual formulae and how to live off the land: all that a man must know to provide for his group and, one day, teach the youngsters so to pass along the culture gathered from all time on this challenging land, After instruction, the boy was taken out into the bush, alone, and left to fend for himself with no assistance from the men. The length of the trial may be as short as one year or as long as ...