Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Elk Grove East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Tomorrow is the big day. And to be honest, I'm not sure how I feel about it. I've been asked at least 15 times in the past 24 hours if I'm excited. I know the normal answer should be "Freak yea I'm excited!" but for some reason that's not quite how I'm feeling. I tend to get excited about most things wayyyy early on and as the plan becomes more and more realistic and mapped out, my excitement tapers off into a faint knowledge and acceptance of the coming event. So at this point a ...
... fun run for 5th-grade-and younger kids, It was time for the Junior High Girls to line up for their 1.5 mile race. Isabella's Jospeh Kerr Middle School team is in the red jerseys. She and Sophia, the girl in blue to her right, were neck-and-neck for the first half of the race, but Isabella pulled ahead on the hills. We all raced over to catch her at the finish line...by the end she was ...
... to a round of applause, welcoming speeches, a bank of cameras, and a nicely-framed Senate Resolution acknowledging their accomplishment signed by Senator Jean Fuller.
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I stumbled onto this gathering by accident this afternoon, and wanted to share their story with ...
... for this trip. We found it later on, but only after searching all over the house and digging through all luggage. If there is anything else that we should remember to bring, I hope it’ll be revealed to me soon, perhaps in my dream…
Kit is still working on researching geocache sites near our hotel areas. I think I should close my luggage, take a shower and go to bed! ...
... It will start at the steps of the State Capitol and end in the small surfing town of Bolinas, California. Steep inclines and shoulderless highways will be common, while the ride itself will be self-supported. We will camp along the way, carrying our gear in saddlebags (panniers) on our bikes.
Rain or ...