Residence Inn Sacramento Folsom
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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, ...
On our second day of travels, Suzi and I drove in to California. We were amazed with the effects of the drought in California. It is mid February and there is no snow on Mount Shasta. We stopped at the summit and I captured a couple of pictures. Driving past Lake Shasta, the lake was really low with new roads made to the water.
We stopped in Citrus Heights to visit with my Cousins, Wade and Kathy Briggs. Although we ...
... had a shaved ice in a soda shop and just wandered around for a couple hours, all the while trying to stay in the shade! Hopped back in the truck and drove into downtown for a short walk by the state capital building. Then picked up a few groceries and headed back to the campground for ...
... We went through wine country and gold rush towns. It was very nice to see all the different small towns and their town centers. Some more populated than others.
Day 166 - Today Alan took Nick and me on a tour that took us to Folsom Prison (wow) and the town of Coloma which was part of the gold rush days in California. Unfortunately, we spent so much time at the Prison Museum (it is run by the retired guards and we ...
Average mpg: 8
Some folks may be wondering:
Would we ever take a motor home vacation again? Yes - we loved this!
Would we go on another month long vacation? Yes!
What we enjoyed:
Spending 30 days together :)
The freedom of the road which let us explore parts of the U.S. we had never experienced.
Watching the terrain change as we drove from ...