Grass Valley Courtyard Suites
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Capital: Carson City
Area: 110,567 square miles
Bird: Mountain bluebird
Motto: All of our Country,
Cities: Grass Valley, Meadow Vista
Parks: Tahoe National forest, Reno Las Vegas, University of Nevada, Toiyabe national Forest, Black Rock Desert.
Gold was discovered at Sutter's Mill in 1848. This find attracted Americans and immigrants alike. American men moved west and immigrants arrived via San Francisco's port. Towns such as Coloma and Virginia City grew steadily, but as soon as the gold was gone, their populations' plummeted. Though the gold was eventually all removed, the immigrant miners stayed in the area. The discovery of gold helped grow the American West into what is ...
... thru and no bathroom/showers on this level.
Lower section has pull-thru sites and some tent sites. There are some permanent residents here, too, and they are also very nice. This is also where the showers are located and they are a long walk from the upper level.
Laundry – No
Bathroom/Showers – Lower level
Pool – very clean, not heated, nice BBQ area with several ...
... and establishment of the United States.
During this trip, Glenn and I have been pointing out to the boys where Native populations still exist throughout this country and help them understand that we share the land with Native Americans both as citizens of the United States and as our neighbors on Independent Native American reservations/nations throughout this grand country we are so blessed to live in.
It was just after 6:30 am when we hit the road with a great sendoff and fanfare from cousins Miki, Andy and Paula. Under bright blue skies and temps in the mid-60s we headed north on Hwy 49 to 89, stopping for breakfast in Graeagle. We worked our way over to 395 and then north to Susanville, as the temperatures hovered in the mid-80s. We took the scenic route on Hwy ...