Hampton Inn & Suites Sacramento Airport Natomas
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... that had blown in during the night.
We packed up, grabbed our lunches, and high-tailed it out of Barstow for good. So long, Route 66!
The next six hours were spent driving through what can only be described as the "land where all the stuff in Whole Foods comes from." Truly, the middle of California, pushed up against the Sierra Nevada Mountains, but inland from the Pacific, is one of the largest agricultural ...
... to make a pavlova with a hand whisk. It felt like whipping PVA glue. We ended up with 3 attempts, 2 pavlovas and many nods of approval from our american hosts.
We went to Polly's church - Bridgeway. First Sunday, we had a preacher who sounded like he had a former career as an infomercial host. Wow, just wow. We heard Matt preach the second Sunday. I would describe the church as modern, evangelical, charismatic, and expositional (for those interested). ...
... although she was off duty while we were there. I chatted with James about his adventures: the most exotic being his roadtrip across Mongolia, which included the opportunity to shoot an RPG at a live cow and/or old car in the middle of the desert. He is also currently roadtripping across the states, so Seb and I picked his brain about pros and cons, insurance etc, and stored it away for future use.
Dive Bar was cool but lacked dancing! And I ...
... week and three months. Not only did these businesses open themselves up to two traveling strangers, they welcomed us in and gave us the experience of a lifetime. And of course, they broadened our understanding and insights about the industry beyond our expectations. Thanks to a few these exchanges were able to fish, bike, hike, climb, raft, kayak, ride horseback, backpack, and surf from the extreme south of Patagonia all the way up to the Equator. ...
... got out of his vehicle and made his way to where Kathy was standing. She engaged him in order to give the climber time to return. "We chatted about his life", Kathy said. He told me that he was in the care of his uncle since a small boy and therefore decided to become a ranger aa his life work, He was aborigine but of a different tribe, He saw the woman coming down and said to her you cannot climb Uluru. it is prohibited. ...