Lake Natoma Inn
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... rules and we had a very nice swim.
Today I went for a walk and took a "selfie" in front of the entrance to "Sun City," the development that Dad and Jan live in. Everyone is super friendly. You absolutely MUST say hi to fellow walkers, which is challenging if you are trying to focus on walking the hills. However, absolutely required etiquette, no complaints. ...
... 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 ...
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 ...
... five hour flight to Sacramento. We made it with just enough time to enjoy a glass of wine at the bar across from our gate (something we'd become accustomed to each day).
We got to Sacramento about 8:30 pm, and picked up our truck which Paul had left in the parking lot for us. When we finally got home we were pretty exhausted and had no problems getting to sleep. As much as we enjoy traveling, it's great to ...
... 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 ...