Four Points by Sheraton Sacramento International Airport
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Liam had another day at baseball camp. I drove Michelle and the girls to watch the boys train. Liam said he learnt a few new things about pitching after today's training. We then wandered over to find a Walmart. Just like a big Kmart or Big W really. Tonight we had a BBQ around the pool. Liam swam for hours... I went into the spa when it got cooler. It was ...
... out of 5 blocks. We pulled in at 11 and finally after some major credit card abuse we dove out with some new threads at 3, James had done really well but was ready for some play time for sure. Our new camp spot was a beauty at a place called Folsom Lake just South East of Sacramento, can't wait to explore the little gem in the morning!! Beer and fire then bed ...
... seems to run differently from the course of the world around me. We are never around TVs so we never hear the news (later this week I would find out about the race riots in Missouri that had already been going on for days) and we only learn from the snippets of the new world that we encounter. More accurately we only take away with us the pieces of this new world that impact us, either positively or negatively, and hold meaning. Everything feels ...
... Warriors. From there we have another flight to meet the boat for the Yangtze River cruise. We spend five nights on the river and then fly to Shanghai where we will spend two final days on the tour and then stay on for 6 days with our friend Bill who works for Disney and is currently working on the Shanghai Disneyland project. We return home on May 6th.
When we went to New Zealand and Australia last year, I had a hard time finding ...
... of the hikes we did were easy and most of what we did was early morning photography to get photos of lake/mountain reflections; sunsets that never happened due to the horrible smoke and lots of buffalo and elk. We did get to photograph the Mormon road houses, which have been seen in many photographs of the Tetons. Mormon Road was not established until the 1890s, and the town which they established was originally known as Grovont. This town and ...