Heritage Inn Express Roseville
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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 ...
... 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 ...
... You'd think a professional would know this.
Anyway, we got through security and found a little cafe to get some breakfast. Now we are at the gate passing time for 2 hours. Jen went to buy some chocolate for the trip.
We're on our way to Paris with a box of chocolate. What more do you need in life?
Linda Burton posting from Sacramento, California – No matter how adventurous you are, some things have to happen when they have to happen. Like filing your tax return by the time IRS tells you to, and getting prescriptions refilled when they run out, and taking the cats to the vet for their regular check-up time. Like getting the windshield ding repaired before it cracked (remember that Arizona dust storm a few weeks ...
... food place called Rubios, i had fish Tacos and they were awsome.
Then Gabby took me to old town Scarmento which is full of western style buildings and had a real cowboy feel to it. Gabby had work at 5:30 so she left me to do my own thing then. I had a walk across the bridge and wandered around trying to get good views of Downtown. This would be my last experience of the California sun as the next day i was heading up to Portland in Oregon, Where it is a little more wet and cool.