Hotel Truckee Tahoe
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Day three once again started with blue skies and sunshine but we were a bit less optimistic that the weather would hold. However, since we had not had a good beach day since their arrival we were going through with our plans, each saying our own little prayer or doing a sunshine dance. We left camp early so we could get down to King’s Beach for some morning suppin’ or as Sean likes to call it, stand up paddle ...
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- today I got to see how people in Truckee celebrate the 4th of July. It was a blast! the parade was very impressive with the high school marching band and the floats from the sorts of different clubs or programs form the town. I found out afterword's that there is a big grand prize for whoever wins.
- I never found out who won because I found a lost little boy. He was crying by one ...
This is my first blog post ever! On March, 31 I set out for Santa Cruz to visit a buddy before I headed out toward Maine. The trip is set to be around 9,000 miles and a little over two months. The goal is to camp in crazy places, see amazingly beautiful scenery, and rack up some fun stories, most of which you will enjoy vicariously through this blog.
After visiting Jeremy for a night to start the trip out right, I set out for Truckee on the morning of April ...
... I’ve been making jewelry for years, but this class taught me how to work with silver. I learned how to weld! It opens up so many possibilities for me.”
I offered words of praise, said goodbye, and wandered the other galleries. Many categories are displayed: photography, drawing, painting, group effort and the singular point of view; blue ribbons, honorable green.
Back in my room, I thumbed ...