Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Lincoln
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Today sister, Diane and John invited us to go boating on the Sacramento River. Friends Mark and Kathy were great hosts. Mark is a professional wave board/barefoot skier . The guys did some skiing behind the boat. With temps around 100 we all (except Diane & Gerry ) took a few dips in the water off the boat along the way. Nice run down the river to Sacramento and a stop at CrawDaddy 's for lunch. Fun day in the ...
... midday or a bit later – we waited for my laundry to be done and ventured out into the day in search of food, this time following my stomach back to the Pho place again. It was even more delicious the second time.
The day’s only interesting event occurred mid-Pho, when a homeless man came in to the restaurant asking for cold water with ice. He had his own cup and kept holding it out saying ice water, ice water. The ...
... mani-pedi. For $5 more I had them apply a vinyl polish that the manicurist told me about. Supposedly it is a nail polish guaranteed to last a week with no chips. Cool, I was willing to try it, we'll see how it works. I was done, went to look for Manuel. We had a late lunch and headed back to our campground. We had to decide if we are leaving tomorrow or staying another day. ...
... subtle nuance, but I got it immediately and feel the difference in my approach to corners now. Our 1 hour session lasted 2 hours and Christine finally had to go. I asked what I should look for in a new bike and she suggested I consider a BMW 650GS. I took time for a great lunch at the Mom and Pop Diner with my friends Heather and Jiggs to finish my AMA experience. Then I headed for ...
The third and final day of the journey found us weaving again down streets of fog...this time, in Petaluma. As soon as we set off, the pannier on Sarah's bike fell off again, due to the bolt (holding the rack to the bike) stripping the lining and falling out. After lassoing a zip tie through the rack (to compensate for the lacking bolt), we were off for the next day's set of hills.
Technically, with only ...