Grass Valley Courtyard Suites
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... With only safety glasses, we were allowed to pretty much wander through the whole plant. California have introduced very strict emission rules so Coe are restricted in the type and amount of machinery they can export. The boys were like kids in a lolly shop, crawling over stuff and trying to see anything they could use to their advantage. Back to the hotel for a quick change and we were off to ...
... They have 120 drying tunnels with a further 50 old tunnels available to use if needed. They dry their own and contract dry other growers fruit. Have over 3,000 acres of prune farms. Also have designed & built a prune concentrate & juice plant where they process small & large fruit into concentrate paste for commercial sale. As a bit of diversity they have put in 1500 acres of Walnuts and built their own ...
... learn that the Gold Rush is very much the reason for California's blossoming and is an interesting aspect of California's history. After Gold was discovered people came from all over the world to seek their fortune in California. Before that, there was a small population of people (mostly men) who came as pioneers, and of course California was still part of Mexico just before the Gold Rush as well.
Another thing we ...
... we will camp in Likely. Heh heh. Then up into eastern Oregon for memorial Day weekend to see some new acquaintances who are volunteering at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
We expect to land in Ananda Laurelwood the first week of June where we need to register our RV and Jeep, sell the Subaru, and spend some time with our friends there.
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 ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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