Hampton Inn & Suites Yuba City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of Lake Tahoe, to our motel room in South Lake Tahoe. We expect to hike there and they have record highs in the 70s! So hopefully we have some good mountain trilas open. We might also take the Heavenly Gondola ride to the top for kicks and maybe i'll need to fight a bad guy on top of it as we go up! Ready for ...
... away to Yosemite for a couple days and do some hiking with a buddy of mine. We had so much fun exploring and the scenery was phenomenal!! Oh so I had mentioned that I wanted to do a crazy something in each city...so in Roseville, my big crazy thing that I did was a 5 day juice cleanse through a local company, Pressed Juicery, then going directly into a month long journey of eating a strict Paleo diet. I'm only on day 3 of my Paleo diet, but I already feel a million ...
... 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 ...
... the years, I worked on the first two things on the List. I revisited my List from time to time, and checked items off the List, and added items to the List. And for 20 years, I daydreamed about the strength and peace and joy of the woman who would take her reward for her progress with a journey to Peru...someday.
Last October I was going over my List, feeling good about how far I'd ...
... 8211; huge trees – giant trees - and we even saw Paul Bunyan and his Blue Ox. Yes, we did and we have a picture to prove it.
The Redwood National Park and the Avenue of the Giants are unbelievable. The trees average 200-300 feet tall (the record tree is 380’) and they live an average of 600 years, although the recorded record is 2200 years so some of them could have been young trees when Christ was born.
These trees grow so ...