Lake Natoma Inn
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Liam had another day at baseball camp. I drove Michelle and the girls to watch the boys train. Liam said he learnt a few new things about pitching after today's training. We then wandered over to find a Walmart. Just like a big Kmart or Big W really. Tonight we had a BBQ around the pool. Liam swam for hours... I went into the spa when it got cooler. It was ...
... for a few hours, it was nice to see them and get caught up on the past year. I had spent a long weekend with them last year and they continue to do well. Wade is working with a metal fabrication company now and seems to enjoy the new job.
Leaving Citrus Heights, we drove the 12 miles to Folsom to spend the night with our friends, John and Earlynn. We had a great time visiting with them and getting caught up ...
... lunch. Best cheseburger in a long time.
We got back onto the Metro and headed to the Colliseum. When you get off the Metro and go up the stairs, the Colliseum is right in front of you. Very impressive! We were out of Euros and didn't want to get anymore, as we have to get $100 worth each time. The Colliseum only takes cash and there were a ton of people there also, so we walked around the area for a while ...
The ability to change travel plans at the drop of a hat.
Pulling over at a rest stop for an impromptu lunch in our condo on wheels.
Having the CRV which enabled us to take side trips everywhere we went.
Watching Roxie experience vacation through her nose :)
Meeting the park hosts and our motor home neighbors - everyone waves at each other!
Hopefully getting a ...
... a gunsmith, artillery, bakery, grist mill, blanket factory. His office and living quarters were inside too; outside were houses and corrals. Eventually he had 300 people working in the fort.
Sutter became a Mexican citizen in 1840, and in receipt for keeping order among the Indian tribes, was given a land grant for more than 48,000 acres. In 1845 he was appointed “Captain of the Sacramento troops” ...