Hampton Inn Sacramento Rancho Cordova
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... smoothest days on the road are the most uneventful. We didn't have any traffic issues, we didn't get in a fight over directions or driving habits, we didn't have any rain (or hail! WTF, ARIZONA!?), and we didn't have any restaurant issues that lead us to starve in the desert. It was smooth driving until sunny Sacramento, California.
Dinner was at Hook and Ladder Manufacturing, a wonderful restaurant trying its hardest to be ...
... one obnoxious American who kept saying she was going to be late for her flight... I thought You booked the shuttle, you are responsible to get to the airport on time and you choose a shared service... At the third pickup, I swore if she mentioned it one more time, I was going to say something. We took twenty minutes from my pickup to get to the airport... So I think that was pretty good. I ...
... us to take a break. It's not far off the trail, but the view is breathtaking. As we are sitting there, we hear something that sounds a little like a lawnmower. After looking around for a few moments, we discover it's coming from the sky! There are parasailers wayyyyyyy up there! They must have a pretty awesome view too!
After resting awhile, we head out again. This half of the trail seems to have less ascent/descent than the first ...
... us in and under! Dave shouted out instructions to ensure we didn't crack open our heads on a rock. It was hard to believe but we unintentionally swam through a class four rapid. Even though it was a blur, in all that chaotic excitement, I was ear to ear smiling and loved every moment.
By the time we got back home, we were even more shattered than when we rolled out of the car that morning. Joy was back from L.A and seeing her was just like when we saw her in Italy months ...
But after her graduation, it was all errands and shopping trips for me and the family preparing for my very own graduation and summer in D.C. There was a buzz and excitement in my house the days between my sister's ceremony and leading up to my own that was invigorating and refreshing, particularly for my mom who had never looked so proud in her life. But after 5 years, countless classes, and far too many major declarations, I found myself on the end of a ...