Heritage Inn Express Roseville
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... blog on our last trip, I took another photo of the backyard. It's greener and prettier as Spring is here, dry, but here. The flowers are blooming and the leaves are soaking up the sun.
I discovered after my last blog that not everyone knows to click on the photo to see a larger version. If there are several pictures, they may be viewed as a slide-show. I won't name names, but go ahead and try it, click on the photo. See?
... but was the only thing I could find. That is a whole other story, but we'll just say that after the first night I was ready to find my next housing spot. Which unfortunately wouldn't be for another month. I made due tho and it ended up being fine! Before starting work I took another quick four day road trip hitting up San Fransisco, Santa Cruz, and San Jose. I loved my time with my aunt and cousin in SF, explored the city walking 8 miles one day, then biking 26 miles with ...
... 00 a.m. there! Well, for some reason, that struck a chord with me. I knew she was in Amsterdam, but that moment stuck with me and I got a wild hair and decided I was due for my Spring vacation since I had not been planning on taking one.
Work had told us a few weeks before that if we could take time off before the end of the fiscal year (June 30th), that would be very helpful. Well, of course, being the team player that I am, I decided ...
... that not ALL shops are like this, but that Safeway, one of the mainstream ones, is bad in this respect). There was also SO much choice, it was literally overwhelming. Within the water section it took us five minutes to find some non-sparkling mineral water that didn't have some sort of added 'vitamins' or 'purity' and did not come in a gallon-sized bottle. Amusingly Dansai - the Coca-Cola owned water brand that was a spectacular flop in the UK after it turned out ...
... flat farming now,” he explained, “because water is so important. And fortunately our clay soil holds on to every drop.”
I drove to the airfield on Riego Road, where crop planes wait; spring rains have made the planting season late this year. Inside, Rebecca showed me many maps of fields, pointing to each check (or row) and irrigation ditch, the precious water ...