Holiday Inn Express - West Sacramento
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... THE WORLD. California is the fifth-largest supplier of food in the world. We spotted many a sign supporting farmers and bemoaning water rations in the sunshine state. Also cows. Lots and lots of dairy cows. Don't get me wrong, I wasn't disappointed, it's just that...I thought California would be, oh I don't know, a bit more...California-ier? You know, like everyone would be dressed like this.
To be completely honest, ...
I write this entry in December as I am preparing my blog to be printed. I wanted to write an entry that summarizes what the trip meant to me.
Coming back from the trip has been terrible. I was hoping for changes to come fast in my life after returning from the trip, but that hasn't happened. But at the same time, I am so thankful for my trip. Comparing it to my daily life now, it was awesome the adventures I had. It was almost like an initiation for me there. Because ...
... there are very nice, as well as the couple that owns the place. It has a funky pool/moat around a common area and fun surrounding rooms. The lady tends to take in animals that are injured to rehabilitate, so it's like a little zoo. Dogs, cats, birds and a little Monkey named Magic. Sleep is peaceful, except for the noisy roosters and the occasional thunk of a falling mango, but at least then I know there will be tasty fresh mango for breakfast! ...
... from this core purpose, and become a little more corporate, this aspect perseveres with animal and crop competitions. The day we went they were judging sheep. Teeth, fleece, legs and hips were examined by a stern judge as the farmers fought to keep their sheep in order, before the winners were awarded ribbons. We also saw 3 day old pigs suckling at the teats of huge sows; heavily pregnant cows; the US' national animal, the bald-headed eagle; lots ...
... hundred trees in 1869; today some palms remain from the original circular path that was used as a shady walk between the Capitol and the Agricultural Pavilion; they alternated California fan palms with English elm. Additions and renovations have gone on over the years, and many trees are labeled today. Walk the grounds and find these fifteen notable trees:
1. Deodar Cedar – 8 of these elegant trees are part of the original ...