Howard Johnson Inn & Suites Rocklin
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... pistachio trees. We turned south on I-5 and then east on I-80 to our campground in “Citrus Heights”, a Passport America campground. Today was a long day on the road, 365 miles that took us 9 hours; it was a long drive because most was on 2 lane roads that wound through and over the mountains. While it was long it was also a drive
through the beautiful country side.
Rivers- Jordan River
Mountain- King Peak
Lakes-Great Salt Lake
Point of Interest- Zion National Park
Universities- University of Utah
Current population- 2.90 million
Square miles- 82,144 sq ...
... do go back, and I do want to, I will know what to expect and also do some things differently. I won't expect much from the B&Bs, and I will try to look up self-catering places instead. Next time I go I want to surf, and maybe meet more people.
I want to write things I loved about the trip. Highlights:
- Lambies! Lambies! Lambies!!! The lambies stole my heart!!!! :):):) They were absolutely adorable, so full of life and joy. They are a teacher for ...
... picture. Call me old-fashioned, I sill love to look at pictures in a book format.
Just as I'm thinking of all the things we still have to do, I checked the court summons and I have a jury duty notice for this Monday - so not in the plans for my last week of work. Maybe I'll work on my Mandrin while sitting in the jury room.
Back to the checklist of things to do before we go! ...
... flat farming now,” he explained, “because water is so important. And fortunately our clay soil holds on to every drop.”
I drove to the airfield on Riego Road, where crop planes wait; spring rains have made the planting season late this year. Inside, Rebecca showed me many maps of fields, pointing to each check (or row) and irrigation ditch, the precious water ...