Hampton Inn & Suites Fresno
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... delicious food, trying and failing to 'play' with the cat (she doesn't know how to play, only how to attack).
I managed to relax and chill out so easily, it felt great to get writing again, and not feel pressured into doing anything I didn't want to. Loved it.
Would so recommend. 5 stars!
... carries on! American TV... Well you have to have pity. Currently we are listening to The Archers on Radio 4,on the internet. Says a lot?
The giant sequoias need fire to survive. Early european settlers fought the naturally occurring fires that happen on average every 18yrs and soon the great trees were under stress. Now the fires are set and controlled on a rolling programme. Seeds are released during the fires and are able to germinate and establish before all ...
... and Chris was making pancakes! At last! A Comstock guy that could follow a recipe! As he cooked, we talked it all over while Bree and Haley and Keegan swam. Just as we were enjoying each other, it was time for me to hit the road and for them to go to a wedding. I was glad to visit their little house on Christmas Tree Lane. I wonder what it will look like for Christmas. I love how Bree decorates.
Day 3: We woke up today because Bob was leaving for his trip this morning at 9 so his alarm clock at 8:20 woke us up. Before Bob left he told us that if we throw a party at his house, he had "the good stuff" in his fridge. When we went to see "the good stuff" it was in his fridge, there was a lot of drinks, such as Budlight, Pepsi, Grey goose, Skyy, ...
... were officially up and running.
Our first stop of the day was to see the General Grant Tree. Being among these trees is a surreal experience…they are so very large, it is almost impossible to wrap your mind around the reality of them. When there are so many in a fairly close area, you begin to feel quite small in comparison to the world around you. The General Grant, as I said yesterday is the official United States Christmas Tree and it is ...