Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Gold Miners Inn-Grass Valley
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After spending the spring and summer at our Ananda Church retreats in both northern California and Oregon, it's time to go out and explore the great expanse of the west.
We don't have reservations anywhere for the next couple months so will head east over the high Sierra's through northern Nevada into southeastern Idaho to explore a bit, then into the Wyoming Tetons and Wind river range ...
... smaller than I expected. It must have been extremely crowded during the actual games.
Redding was nice in that we had a few more days of warm weather before heading to the red woods. We got in a couple of sessions at the pool and coffee under the awning in the morning.
We notice that we are feeling the draw to get home grow stronger the nearer we get to Oregon. We'll see if we stick to our plan.
... of swims, fabulous! Dinner out tonight at Chef's Table Bar & Restaurant in Roseville - excellent! ENTREE of prosciutto wrapped peaches with rocket salad; MAIN Southern fried chicken on mashed potato (3 day preparation) - fantastic! Need to finish packing now .... hopefully I'll be able to shut the suitcase!! LAST big ...
Saturday we hit the road for our big Alaska adventure. We plan on updating this travel journal often with photos and commentary, and although we may not have a chance to post every day, we will catch up when we ...
... got a day bag so that I can carry my own things by myself. It is an adorable little over the shoulder blue, pink, and yellow striped bag that zips shut. I had an amazing time at the Aqueduct and exploring the French countryside. Paris: We got off the long train ride from Arles to Paris and, laden with all of our belongings, we climbed onto the metro which can be compared to New York's subways because it is underground, crowded, and very bumpy and jerky like standing up in a ...