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- More freedom – (at least for a white female tourist, it feels like there aren't comparatively as many restrictive social prescriptions)
- More community
- Less boring
- Less controlled
- Life is more interesting and educational
... we're going to have to be pretty mobile. I have 1 bag and 1 backpack but the backpack is full of stuff to keep me occupied on the plane. Yes, I am like traveling with a toddler- requires constant distraction. Pretzels, cheese crackers, fruit rollups, drink powders, ereader, ipod, the works. No knitting needles, though :( I guess some granny finally stabbed someone and ruined it for the rest of us. ...
Well, we didn't leave Carson City when we expected too..We had a plumbing problem and had to wait until Monday for the part to arrive and be installed. Tuesday we left via Reno, where we had to stop and pick up another part, and then down I80, over Donner Pass and then on to Sacramento. We got in about 3 pm and settled in at the Cal Expo RV Campground. This is a nice RV park behind the Fairgrounds. Wed morning I looked ...
Mario Cano, a Guide with the California Department of Parks working at the State Capitol Museum, is a master storyteller, weaving personal anecdotes with straight-out facts about the construction of the capitol, or how a bill becomes a law. I joined his tour, along with eager kids and parents, a few grandparents too. Mario coalesced us as a group by asking where we’re from, and why we ...
The conversation flowed, we were all in a happy mood, the weather was perfect for traveling and the Dolphin was running like a top! Also, gas was really cheap lots of places and we never spent more than $40 bucks to fill up... though the Dolphin is not getting good gas mileage in the moutains at all. Climbs are tough on her and if it's a big hill we can never really go faster than 35 MPH. So, it's a leisurely pace to say the least. I think that's great though, at least ...